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NASA Launches Advanced Climate Satellite
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carolconley
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10/31/2011 | 9:57:00 AM
re: NASA Launches Advanced Climate Satellite
The NPP is expected to soon reach its sun-synchronized polar orbit 512 miles above Earth. http://bit.ly/tgTRUq
KTOON000
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10/28/2011 | 8:45:14 PM
re: NASA Launches Advanced Climate Satellite
Scientists love to collect information, whether useful or not. And as some people have pointed out, why not share the stuff? It couldn't possibly hurt anyone.
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10/28/2011 | 8:23:17 PM
re: NASA Launches Advanced Climate Satellite
Geosynchronous satellites represent a decentralized mass of earth. Altogether they form a new gravitational region which pulls away from the earth's atmosphere, and changes equilibria of settling elevations in solar laminae. The latter was claimed to stimulate increased solar flares and other solar activities which may impact earth in various ways. The ozone layer of the earth's atmosphere would have low adhesion and weak gravitational force to adhere in an already heat-swollen atmosphere. This distension raises it to the far edge of gravitational reach. A satellite could, in theory at least, pull it off. Nowadays, there are a lot of irons in the fire.
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10/28/2011 | 7:33:54 PM
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This satellite has an obvious secondary and secret purpose - to monitor results from HAARP tests in the magnetosphere. As if any idiot couldn't figure that one out.


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