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Air Force to launch 30 satellites tonight

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posted on Nov, 20 2013 @ 12:47 PM

reply to post by JimOberg

I thought these forums were to spread knowledge and ideas. Your few posts are to criticize other's research abilities. Instead of being critical, why don't you add something constructive. You must be a real prize to be around.

Sorry, but asking someone to google simple information is adding something constructive. If people can't do the prerequisite research to get up to speed on a subject before they post on ATS how the hell is that "Denying Ignorance"?

posted on Nov, 20 2013 @ 12:56 PM

Little cubes, eh.

Wonder if they have anything to do with ison, and that this was planned 7 years ago, makes me wonder how long they really knew about the comets.

These have nothing to do with ISON or any comet. Put the doom porn away. ISON is not a threat to the earth.

Oh and that high school actually.DID launch one of those satellites on this rocket.

The rocket toted a total of 29 satellites — the most ever delivered to orbit in a single launch, mission officials said. A so-called "PhoneSat" built by NASA and the first-ever satellite designed and built by high school students were among the spacecraft hitching a ride into orbit on the four-stage Minotaur 1 rocket.

posted on Nov, 20 2013 @ 12:57 PM

Believe what you like JadeStar, I'll wait and see on this one.

Reality is not subject to a belief system.

I don't think either of us is in a position to be sure.


You may not be, but I am.

posted on Nov, 20 2013 @ 07:57 PM


More likely three satellites in formation -- as has been documented numerous times.

More likely than you knowing what I saw, I think I'll trust me

there were 4 lights on a black triangle that blocked out the stars above it. These lights were like spotlights but brighter than all spotlights I have seen before that. It flew very slowly straight above me. I saw the shape of it. I could have hit it with a rock if I had one.

I can almost promise you it was USAF.

This thread isn't about this however.

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