Skip to comments.China Eyes Extended Mission Beyond Moon
Posted on 10/12/2010 7:01:41 PM PDT by KevinDavis
The mysteries surrounding the mission of China's Chang'e 2 moon probe are gradually being solved. Prior to the launch, China was exceptionally shy about revealing many details of the mission, including the launch vehicle. This led some analysts, including the author, to wonder what was being left out of the public domain.
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too bad the president of the us has his boot on its neck.
The problem with the mission is, the crew has to eat every half hour.
The good thing is they can get take-out
He gave our missile secrets to China for a $300K contribution from the Loral Corp. CEO, and now they can shoot down satellites with it.
Nov 11, 1996 - Clinton issues executive order 12981 to gut export controls on encryption items and transfer export controls to the Department of Commmerce.
July 15, 2007 - Chinese DF-25 Missile Revealed for the first time (3-warhead MIRV medium range)
Clinton and company gave away the store.
When Senate hearings were held over one hundred Asian operatives or witnesses fled the nation rather than testify.
The Cox Committee report was released in 1999. It confirmed that China had stolen the neutron bomb design and the W-88 miniaturized warhead. The W-88 would allow China to field smaller, mobile missiles and carry multiple warheads on larger missiles. In addition, the Cox report proved that U.S. companies illegally transferred 'missile design information and know-how.'
The Clinton Legacy just keeps on giving.
The Chang'e 2 blasted off from a remote corner of Sichuan
province and is set to orbit the moon.
It’s starting to seem like the future belongs to China.
You mean, kind of like, while NASA is preoccupied reaching out to slammites to help them with their self esteem or something like that??
Panama Canal, too, right? And I think a Chinese firm bought the assets of Global Crossing (the global fiber optics installer) for pennies on the dollar.
And wasn't silence deafening when Hong Kong was given back to China?
There are hot places in Hell, and there are the hottest places, for those especial connivers.
Oh whoop-dee-doo! Changes One contained a constellation of hits that blasted off decades before, right to the top of the charts, and they've been classics since.
“Fly dlice” is a reference to the name of the space vehicle, “Dlice”.
Ah, but they need delivery, and bicycles don’t work in space.