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"NASA launches spacecraft to Jupiter"

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posted on Aug, 6 2011 @ 07:33 AM
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With all the crisis,and all other things they could have done with sending an satelite somewhere,they chosen Jupiter...? Smells bad though.And it doesnt smell NASA at all,they always have bigger reason to use billion of dolars than this.... Jupiter is not worth this right now(except if there is something we dont know).
Things are going on and we dont have a clue about...




posted on Aug, 6 2011 @ 07:35 AM
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I'll tell what if we do have anti-gravitational devices and we are still doing rocket stuff that is criminal in my mind.



posted on Aug, 6 2011 @ 07:45 AM
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Ii find it a bit interesting that in the amazing 1968 Kubrick movie '2001 - a Space Odyssey' the strange communicating monolith that was on the moon eventually led the trail back to Jupiter and one of its moons. Also, didn't the planet have a huge asteroid impact back in the 90's...yes it did. I agree to that you cant always trust the 'official' explanations we are give for things. Does anybody remember the British spoof docu of the late 70's 'Alternative 3' ? I'm inclined to think there ARE already people up in space who have been selected to survive impending and oncoming disasters for this planet.



posted on Aug, 6 2011 @ 07:50 AM
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You just reminded me of something you might be interested in but already saw. If its a posting violation to put that here by all means remove.
www.telegraph.co.uk...
edit on 6-8-2011 by professornurbs because: (no reason given)



posted on Aug, 7 2011 @ 01:27 AM
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Originally posted by BrnBdry
See, the thing is, I haven't heard of any plans for them to send anything to Jupiter in recent news. Usually stuff like that is news worthy. Now all the sudden we're sending something to "Jupiter" while in the midst of a commet headed this way? Just seems odd.



You are wrong.
They have been talking about this for years.
I wish you would pay attention instead of spewing ignorance.
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posted on Aug, 7 2011 @ 01:31 AM
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Originally posted by Phage
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I don't need to fool you.
You do a fine job on your own.


Agreed.
No offense to him but he seems kind of.. different.



posted on Aug, 7 2011 @ 09:34 AM
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Originally posted by BrnBdry

Originally posted by Phage
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Well if you didn't hear about it on the news it must not be happening. From 2008:
juno.wisc.edu...

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4 years ago? Seriously? Thats youre argument? Ok, how about this. Im announcing right now, 2011, that in the future, NASA will send a probe to the center of the little dipper. Now when they eventually do, you can credit me for saying they were going to.

See, just cause they saud something 4 years ago, and NOW it's actually happening, you can't use that as the "well we told you we were" excuse as to why they are doin it now.

They usually talk about it months to weeks befor the launch. Not 4 years then nothing til the launch.

You may fool others, but not me.


Space probes are specifically designed for specific missions and take years to assemble, they don't just throw together highly specialized equipment in a couple of months. According to the article below the JUNO craft began development nearly a decade ago.



The choice of solar was a practical one, Mr Bolton said. No plutonium-powered generators were available to him and his San Antonio-based team nearly a decade ago, so they opted for solar panels rather than develop a new nuclear source.
They wanted to avoid ballooning costs and possible delays connected with developing new technologies.
He said: 'It's nice to be green, but it wasn't because we were afraid of the plutonium.'


Read more: www.dailymail.co.uk...



posted on Aug, 7 2011 @ 09:52 AM
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Originally posted by Illustronic
Start the third thread about the same mission with some ridiculous comment and whalla ! It gathers the most comments.

I suppose when I start a new thread I should omit all scientific and mission information and just spew out some highly speculative garbage of a notion, (of course implied and not stated), that way it leave the OP an out or turn accusations around to in classic plausible deniability.


or just toss in the word boobs that always works
I and I am sure many others enjoy your threads Illustronic, I think that those most likely to comment are just drawn to the errr more controversial claims around here.





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