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Fraser
2009-Jan-23, 01:40 AM
Two small, covert inspection satellites capable of maneuvering around in geosynchronous orbit are being used by the U.S. Defense Department to inspect a $400 million missile warning satellite that failed in 2008. This is the first time this type of operation has been done, demonstrating a new ability by the U.S. military. [...]

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trinitree88
2009-Jan-23, 12:48 PM
Fraser. Interesting stuff. Thanks. pete

sohh_fly
2009-Jan-25, 12:35 AM
that's too bad, that space now has to be use in the further destruction to ourselve's and the planet,if it should come to that.
space should alway's be peace mission's

we really must be trying to destroy ourselve's

Yike's

Van Rijn
2009-Jan-25, 02:49 AM
that's too bad, that space now has to be use in the further destruction to ourselve's and the planet,if it should come to that.
space should alway's be peace mission's

we really must be trying to destroy ourselve's

Yike's

I'm a bit puzzled. Why do you find an inspection spacecraft so worrisome?

sohh_fly
2009-Jan-25, 05:35 AM
i just don't think it'a good idea for any military to use space as a tool.
but then again after thinking it over, i guess if it's to keep an eye on someone you don't trust then it isn't a bad idea i guess.