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Guess Satview doesn't actually track Satellites!

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posted on Nov, 11 2013 @ 02:35 PM
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Doubt I'm alone in those of us tracking GOCE's position and ALTITUDE on Satview.org well into late Sunday nite/early morning Monday (in USA) and observed GOCE going up and down between altitudes 120kM thru 140+kM

So? Why now is MSM reporting GOCE descended early Sunday and entered earth's atmosphere at 7:16pm ET Sunday? When we were observing it early Monday morning still at over 140kM elevation per Satview?

If Satview is just a projection, they should state that, and just produce a simulation video instead of a fake real-time appearance even at like 4am ET it was around 140km.. so how did debris still descent into the South Atlantic still on Sunday?

On Satview I saw it the moment it went offline and it was early Monday morning over Alaska and at around 140km. Guess that IS low for a satellite, and maybe it was that far in the south atlantic (near antartica).

But if someone can please confirm or whatever about Satview,,, thanks! =D




posted on Nov, 12 2013 @ 01:06 AM
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When something has a plotted direction you can provide data on where it should be that is 99.9% accurate.

What gave you the idea there are actual sensors that individually track the actual movements of each and every satellite?



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