posted on Apr, 10 2012 @ 05:48 PM
North Korea claims that its impending satellite launch, scheduled for this week, is merely a mission to study the country’s “distribution of
forests” and weather patterns. But after analyzing the satellite’s potential flight paths, a network of amateur and professional spaceflight
specialists have concluded that Pyongyang’s claim is all but impossible. In order for the North Koreans to get a weather or observation satellite
into the proper orbit, these experts say, Pyongyang would have to risk the early stages of its rockets dropping on its neighbors’ and allies’
Seems we may have a dud then? Or have those $200 computers crunched the wrong numbers? The world awaits!?
Just hope it does not decide to come down anywhere near land. Their will be trouble.