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Arrow STS-119 "USS Discovery" Space Shuttle Mission

Hi All,

Well The USS Discovery is on the launch pad ready for the mission 200 miles above the "Earth" traveling 15,000 miles per hour to install the last set of four solar array panels on the end of starboard truss "S6". This will complete the solar array system and hopefully the repairs made from the last shuttle launch will be sufficient for normal rotational sarge operation toward the completion of the International Space Station. God's Speed !!

As always Yahoo broadcasts the event "LIVE" 24/7 during the mission for 15 days or until the mission is completed.

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Hi Glen,

Let's hope that all goes well, and that they don't collide with a wayward piece of space junk debris such as the 3 pound chunk that recently fell through the roof of a home. Imagine having that happen at 15,999 miles per hour. Space is a dangerous place these days.

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Let's hope that all goes well, and that they don't collide with a wayward piece of space junk debris such as the 3 pound chunk that recently fell through the roof of a home. Imagine having that happen at 15,999 miles per hour. Space is a dangerous place these days.

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I have more confidence than most in the ability's of NASA concern for the crew and the completion of there missions. One of the best teachers I ever had was Mr Boggs he was a person that worked for NASA in the "Gemini" program as a engineer he taught Earth, Space Science and Physics in that order. I was fortunate enough to have good grades to take "all" his classes, he was also one of the founders of the National Association of Model Rocketry it was for "students" that wanted to shoot things into the sky legal 1000's of feet up, back in the late 1960's, that was cool to say the least. The most interesting was the radioactive experiments we did and the discipline of science that was needed to do things like that, from a high school teacher .......

I aways call the astronauts "Vikings of Space" the fearless to go where they do, totally astounding feats of there time just as the vikings. They had the mineral "iolite" as a edge to navigate through day light fog knowing what direction the sun was in, so will NASA, ESA and Russia guide our astronauts with every thing they have in their power to send them to the "ISS" and bring them home safe.

If we are ever to leave this planet to go farther than our moon, the people from NASA, ESA and Russia will have to learn from one another ...... many things go on in deep space we have yet to learn, the most devastating of all is the "impact" of anything to a ship, when space becomes the middle of the ocean miles from home.

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Hi dambit,

You really think there is a cover-up ..... possibly so with some suppressed information from of strange objects seen and of course pay loads from the US Military..... but most of that has stopped and now the military uses other methods getting objects into upper orbit. The US Military wants to have control over NASA but it's being stopped in congress it would be a major mistake if this was to change they need to be seperate.

Most of NASA is fairly open now, not like in the earlier days of the Mercury, Gemini and Apollo missions each type of rocket had groups of engineers working on projects and they did share information. I know from the teacher I had that was in the Gemini program when Apollo started the Gemini personal had the opportunity to go to the Shuttle program to the military or some where else in NASA not Apollo that group was already together and working, so my teacher went the public route because of his age and knowing he might never see the Shuttle fly it was a tall order for a fleet of space ships.

I've watched the US shuttle program ever since it has been broadcasted on "DirecTV" satellite system at least for the past 10 years or so and have found the "LIVE" 24/7 programming of the entire flight is worth every minute, and now some video is in High Defination ......... it's the best seat off Earth .

The Yahoo link is for those who want to see the ISS construction, astronauts floating, on board experiments, the astronauts EVA's floating outside in space, and the Shuttle flight ..... a small glimpse of science at it's best.

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Hi Tomcat,

I enjoy watching the live NASA footage of missions and I find it all very interesting. I just feel that with all the advanced tech that is around, which the NASA folks must know about, it seems like an unnecessary endevour. (no pun intended ) Especially when thay say things like "It will take us 15 years to get back to the moon." Come on, they did it in a tin foil ship in the 60's with a computer that is less powerfull that my watch.

The other issue I have with them is there penchent for photoshopping. They have been caught out many times. I admit there are a lot of whack jobs out there claiming to see all sorts of crap in the pictures, but there are a few instances where there is obvious manipulation and no valid reason for it. Just my opinion.

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Hi Tomcat,

I enjoy watching the live NASA footage of missions and I find it all very interesting. I just feel that with all the advanced tech that is around, which the NASA folks must know about, it seems like an unnecessary endevour. (no pun intended ) Especially when thay say things like "It will take us 15 years to get back to the moon." Come on, they did it in a tin foil ship in the 60's with a computer that is less powerfull that my watch.

The other issue I have with them is there penchent for photoshopping. They have been caught out many times. I admit there are a lot of whack jobs out there claiming to see all sorts of crap in the pictures, but there are a few instances where there is obvious manipulation and no valid reason for it. Just my opinion.

Cheers.

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Hi dambit,

I think the big problem with the time frame of the return to the moon and beyond is because to many fingers in the cookie jar ...

Here is a good source of information and a little history of the "Shuttle" morphing from around 1969 for the possible missions and mission requirement and how the shuttle program ended up with the ships they have today.

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Personally I think retiring the entire fleet is a big mistake and a option of leaving one up in space and retrofit it just for space travel for it never return to earth again ...... it maybe getting old but so our some of the long range bombers we use and depend on.

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