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Originally posted by Monkeygod333
Fantastic read. Have to come back to see the pics. Well done OP.
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Originally posted by LadyGreenEyes
reply to post by SLAYER69
Not saying a lot on this, but have to say something about Reagan's Star Wars program. There is NO WAY that man was NOT finishing what he started. I can still remember, too, right after it was "canceled", all of the "non-specified military payload"s that went up with the shuttles. Yeah, the stuff is up there. More reason than his attitude to think so, but can't really get into that. Will simply say that sometimes silence on a topic speaks volumes.
Some things have been de-classified about the program, and somethings are still classified. What has been de-classifed I can share, what has not I do not know as my father will never disclose what he has been charged to classify.
Star Wars exists and is fully operational. It is a satelite object loaded with 100 or so small nuclear warheads. It is part of a network of satelites that monitor all heat signatures in the atmosphere of the Earth. If any object triggers the sensors and is identified as an ICBM, Star Wars has the capibility to hit a moving target the size of a basketball traveling faster then Mock 3 with 99.95% accuracy rating.
Originally posted by ElohimJD
capibility to hit a moving target the size of a basketball traveling faster then Mock 3 with 99.95% accuracy rating.
Originally posted by tport17
Rocket with Secret Payload Launches from California
VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. (AP) — A rocket carrying a top-secret payload blasted off Tuesday from the California coast.
The Delta IV rocket lifted off at 4:12 p.m. from the Vandenberg Air Force Base, about 130 miles northwest of Los Angeles.
Since the launch involved a classified cargo for the National Reconnaissance Office, no details were immediately available about whether it was boosted to its intended orbit.
The reconnaissance office, which oversees the nation's constellation of spy satellites, has kept mum about the purpose of the mission and directed United Launch All
Originally posted by SLAYER69
reply to post by buddhasystem
I appreciate the heads up. Have a link you could provide us with more details?
Thanks in advance
Pyongyang, North Korea (CNN) -- Defying warnings from the international community, North Korea launched a long-range rocket on Friday, but it appears to have broken apart before escaping the earth's atmosphere, U.S. officials said.