After the dismantling of the satellites by President Trump prior to the Kavanaugh swearing in (be gone abortionists!) two new satellites were dispersed into the skies above after the take down. Watch previous blogs about the REAL EAS alert.
Gotta get right with Christ IMMEDIATELY!!!!!
Maybe we’re paranoid, but some folks don’t trust these rocket launches or what they’re really about after they see the very interesting footage.
What are they officially telling us about the SpaceX Falcon 9 deployment of the SAOCOM satellite that launched from Vandenberg Airforce Base in California last night?
I find it amazing that it’s up on Wikipedia right after it happens. Seize control of the narrative before anyone has a chance to question?
This is apparently the first of two related satellites belonging to Argentina. And where are the Nazi globalists hiding out? Argentina.
The two satellites, SAOCOM 1A and SAOCOM 1B, both are equipped with an L band (about 1.275 GHz) full polarimetric Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) to help predict and monitor the mitigation of natural disasters. Source
And there’s this…
Rocket carrying Argentinian satellite takes off successfullySAOCOM 1A carries a high-resolution instrument called a synthetic aperature radar that will be used for emergency management during disasters and for land monitoring. The second satellite will be SAOCOM 1B.
I watched a video last night like this one that shows some interesting stuff going on with the “second stage”, or the part on the right side of the frame.
But there’s more.
This is the “official” launch, with commentary.
I don’t know what that technology was about, but better sleepless and paranoid than lulled into a false sense of complacency, sleepwalking off a cliff. ~ BP
Things are getting “iffy” folks!!!
Rocket carrying Argentinian satellite takes off successfully
VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. (AP) — A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carried an Argentinian Earth-observation satellite into space Sunday and for the first time landed a first-stage booster back at its California launch site.
The primary purpose of the mission was to place the SAOCOM 1A satellite into orbit, but SpaceX also wanted to expand its recovery of first stages to its launch site at Vandenberg Air Force Base, about 130 miles (209 kilometers) northwest of Los Angeles.
SpaceX had previously flown first-stage rockets back to land after Florida launches but had not done so on the West Coast.
The Air Force last week advised residents on the central California coast they might see multiple engine burns by the first stage and hear one or more sonic booms as it returned.
SpaceX also has successfully landed Falcon 9 first stages on so-called drone ships off the coasts of Florida and California, all as part of its effort to decrease the cost of space launches by reusing rockets rather than allowing them to fall into the ocean.
The satellite is the first of two for Argentina’s space agency, Comision Nacional de Actividades Espaciales, and will work in conjunction with a constellation of Italian space agency satellites. Its name is short for Satelite Argentino de Observacion Con Microondas.
SAOCOM 1A carries a high-resolution instrument called a synthetic aperature radar that will be used for emergency management during disasters and for land monitoring. The second satellite will be SAOCOM 1B.