posted on Jun, 4 2017 @ 01:18 AM
Disclaimer: this is my first OP ever and I'm on mobile, so please be gentle with me.
So apparently NASA is launching a Terrier-Improved Malemute sounding rocket that is scheduled for Sunday, June 4. The launch window is 4:26 –
4:41 a.m. EDT.
NASA Wallop Island launch
I am currently living in Cape Canaveral because my boyfriend of 8 years is a solar journeyman electrician Forman, his job site is in between here and
Orlando, so I was like, what the hell. Let's live on the beach again. We have been traveling around the country for the past year as he goes working
from solar field to solar field (we're not gypsies I sware... solar construction projects do in fact end). We actually lived on Chincoteage Island
last year to the beginning this year. Right next to the Wallop islands and we drove past NASA everyday. We got to see a launch there (An Antares
mission if I recall). We seem to end up near NASA like nobodies business and I do admit I have quite an obsession/admiration for NASA.
With that being said I was researching the SpaceX Falcon9 launch I got to watch in my back yard again today *cough yesterday now*, which was yet again
perfect. The sonic boom on the phase one re-entry was a moment that will last with me a life time. I did however stumble upon this Wallop Island
launch that is happening in a few hours. It really gets my conspiracy theorist head tingling.
The vapor tracers are formed through the interaction of barium, strontium and cupric-oxide. The tracers will be released at altitudes 96 to 124 miles
high and pose absolutely no hazard to residents along the mid-Atlantic coast.
Now, having been a long time "oh em gee They are spraying us!" tin foil hatter for many many years (in my head, didn't want to seem like THAT girl)
this really makes me curious. I kinda just gave up on the whole Chem trail thing a couple years ago because there didn't seem to be enough evidence to
defend my position with facts: however I still have my own personal gut feelings on climate engineering matters.
During the flight of a two-stage Terrier-Improved Malemute sounding rocket between 4:25 and 4:42 a.m. EDT, ten canisters about the size of a soft
drink can will be deployed in the air, 6 to 12 miles away from the 670-pound main payload. The canisters will deploy between 4 and 5.5 minutes after
launch blue-green and red vapor forming artificial clouds. These clouds or vapor tracers allow scientists on the ground to visually track particle
motions in space. The development of the multi-canister or ampule ejection system will allow scientists to gather information over a much larger area
than previously allowed when deploying the vapor just from the main payload. Ground cameras will be stationed at Wallops and in Duck, North Carolina,
to view the vapor tracers. Clear skies are preferred, but not required, at both sites for the launch to occur.
Please do read the link. It's quite interesting and I'd love to get some feedback/opinions on this mission. Thank you.
ETA: Also if anyone up north on the east coast sees the clouds or gets photos, I'd love to hear about it/see first hand from ATS members!!!
edit on 4-6-2017 by Ilovemygreatdanes because: (no reason given)