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21,000 satellites in Orbit? 46 years since 1969 = 1.25 satellites launched into orbit per day 365/ year HMMMMMMM????

 
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Re: 21,000 satellites in Orbit? 46 years since 1969 = 1.25 satellites launched into orbit per day 365/ year HMMMMMMM????
Let me clear up one mystery for you. The pyramid blocks were poured concrete not cut stone.
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Let me help you out guy...
The blocks are made from limestone and granite from near by quarries.

poured concrete...
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Woohoo
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Re: 21,000 satellites in Orbit? 46 years since 1969 = 1.25 satellites launched into orbit per day 365/ year HMMMMMMM????
there is no proof of that, and it is EXTREMELY difficult if not near impossible to tell between the two. Only poured concrete makes any sense, easy technology.

The cut stone idea is to maintain this big mysterious egypt ancient techonology mumbo jumbo. or to pretend they were too stupid to work with concrete and instead invented these crazy techniques to cut and move and place enormous stones, which would have been incredibly difficult if not possible. wake up
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This is about satellites in space, not the concrete you idiots have for brains.
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Re: 21,000 satellites in Orbit? 46 years since 1969 = 1.25 satellites launched into orbit per day 365/ year HMMMMMMM????
Turns out we really do launch a rocket into space very two days somewhere int he world ???

[link to www.thespacereview.com]
 Quoting: stripper Orphanage 16070247


YET somehow we don't hear about it? And this weather sat that kept getting delayed made nation news for a week ??


I don't know what to believe ?? Grrrrrrrrrrrrrr
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Where is the problem? Here is the list for 2014 launches and satellites. [link to en.wikipedia.org]

Not difficult to find.
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Let me clear up one mystery for you. The pyramid blocks were poured concrete not cut stone.
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Let me clear another mystery for you! The pyramids only have blocks on the external sides. They were built on several layers, most of them with comprised dirt. Research the last findings!
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Re: 21,000 satellites in Orbit? 46 years since 1969 = 1.25 satellites launched into orbit per day 365/ year HMMMMMMM????
According to the United States Space Surveillance Network, there are more than 21,000 objects larger than 10 cm orbiting the Earth. Just a small fraction of these are operational satellites. Its estimated there are a further 500,000 bits and pieces between 1 and 10 cm in size.
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So Earth's mass can keep things that are 1-10 cm in size in its orbit?? Why isn't there anything orbiting the moon? It has substantial mass afterall. Where my mini-moons at damn it???
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Re: 21,000 satellites in Orbit? 46 years since 1969 = 1.25 satellites launched into orbit per day 365/ year HMMMMMMM????
Everytime nasa farts a satelite has been launched
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no
its rocket PIECES, like first second and even third stages, and also tracked debris
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Why isn't anything orbiting the moon??
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Are you sure you're not confusing whole satellites with pieces of debris?
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NOPE... there is 21,000 satellites in LEO

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About 6,600 satellites have been launched. The latest estimates are that 3,600 remain in orbit.[

MY BAD
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OK NEW MATH UPDATE

58 years
6,600 satellites launched

113 per year... or roughly ONE ROCKET LAUNCH EVERY THREE DAYS??

yet Each rocket launch seem to make big news and gets delayed over an dover... but somehow we launched ONE EVERY THREE DAYS for the last 60 years ??
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You're not accounting for missions that launch multiple satellites simultaneously, or the fact that on many launches (particularly in the early days) the booster and satellite are both left in orbit leaving at least two "satellites" in space (the rocket body and the payload). I think that 6600 number is only counting payloads though, not spent rocket bodies. In terms of total launches, here's a list complete to the end of 2016:
[link to www.spacelaunchreport.com]
Total launches and failures are given, though not every failure failed to make it to orbit; Apollo 6, one of the Saturn 5 launches experienced an early shutdown failure in some engines due to pogo oscillations, and the third stage engine failed to restart, but it still made it to an elliptical orbit. This is counted as a "failure" in this list though, so the final tally of successful launches (total - failures) will be a bit smaller than the true number that made it to some kind of orbit. I summed the total launch column and failure column for each launcher, unless it was listed as suborbital. The total number of orbital launch attempts I came up with was 5,630. The total number of failures was 503, and the total number of successful orbital launches was 5127. Of those, some percent will involve multiple payloads on a single launch, but most will of course be single payload launches. Every single one can be traced back though. Look up any of those launchers and you can find a complete launch manifest listing which missions it launched and the dates that it launched them. Even for classified missions where the number and type of payload is unknown you can at least find out what kind of booster performed the launch and when the launch was performed.

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Why isn't anything orbiting the moon??
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There is.
[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]
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Re: 21,000 satellites in Orbit? 46 years since 1969 = 1.25 satellites launched into orbit per day 365/ year HMMMMMMM????
Look OP, if you had done some research you would not have made such a fool of you:

In the context of spaceflight, a satellite is an artificial object which has been intentionally placed into orbit. Such objects are sometimes called artificial satellites to distinguish them from natural satellites such as the Moon.


Yes, the moon is a satellite. Everything that orbits earth is a satellite. Go figure. If you threw a stone into orbit, you had created a satellite.

Furthermore, your assumptions all satellites require their own rocket reveals more dumbfoolery. (Is this actually a word? If not I just invented it)

For example nanosattelites start at 1 kg

The term "nanosatellite" or "nanosat" is applied to an artificial satellite with a wet mass between 1 and 10 kg

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

But let me guess, NASA shills are running wikipedia, right?
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I am not assuming each satellite requires its OWN rocket.... however each satellite requires A ROCKET.... so math them for me please?

3,600 satellites.... since 1960
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For fuck's sake, man. How many satellites can fit on one rocket? Maybe A LOT!
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Why isn't anything orbiting the moon??
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There is.
[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]
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lmao
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Why isn't anything orbiting the moon??
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There is.
[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]
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lmao
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What's that theory where one satellite crashes into another causing chain reaction, eventually shotgunning ALL the satellites into as giant debris field circling them earth, never allowing another launch ??
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What's that theory where one satellite crashes into another causing chain reaction, eventually shotgunning ALL the satellites into as giant debris field circling them earth, never allowing another launch ??
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Kessler syndrome.
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What's that theory where one satellite crashes into another causing chain reaction, eventually shotgunning ALL the satellites into as giant debris field circling them earth, never allowing another launch ??
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Kessler syndrome.
 Quoting: The Deplorable Astromut


Thanks.... Researching now

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