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China Or Russia Testing Space Weapons?

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China Or Russia Testing Space Weapons?

ILLUSTRATIVE IMAGE: NASA

The US Air Force’s Outer Space Monitoring Service spotted the explosion of the third stage of a European Ariane 4 space rocket, the 18th US Air Force’s outer space control squadron reported on August 14.

According to the report, the third stage of the Ariane 4 rocket exploded in orbit and seven fragments were discovered. Prior to the destruction, the discarded rocket stage had orbited the Earth for nearly 27 years at an altitude ranging from 1,404 to 1,296 kilometres.

The Ariane-4 is a European disposable medium-class carrier rocket. It was used from 1988 to 2003. In 1992, the rocket launched three satellites into orbit: the US-French Topex / Poseidon, South Korea’s Kitsat-1 and France’s S80/T.

The 18th US Air Force reported that there was no indication that the incident was caused by “collision”. Therefore, the stage somehow ‘exploded on its own.’ This is a very suspicious claim.

It could be possible that the 18th US Air Force’s outer space control squadron just observed some space weapons testing. It’s unlikely that the test was conducted by the US because in this event it would not report the incident. EU states do have better targets than their own rocket to test such weapon systesm.

So, it could be possible that the rocket was destroyed by some Chinese or Russian weapon systems.

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  • Toronto Tonto

    Wont be Russia , we all know about their testing of things .

    • eltahar

      That is why the Russians are superior in missile technology compared by the incompetent Americans, cuck from Canada.

    • Aphelion

      Well, one thing is for sure: It wasn’t Canada.

    • Pia

      who is “we all”?
      stinking yew nazi from okaina?

  • Prince Teutonic

    It must be Russia, Chinks are copy&paste nation…

  • friendly anon

    It could have been hit by something from space. A walnut sized meteorite at the second cosmic velocity would have been more than enough.

  • Dick Von Dast’Ard

    A-235?

  • Dick Von Dast’Ard

    That X-37B still orbiting or has that gone quiet too?

  • Rob

    The S-400 aerospace defence system put the US terrorism in disarray in the entire world.

  • Shy Talk

    if it was a missile,wouldn’t the launch have been detected and tracked? maybe a directed energy weapon

    • Dick Von Dast’Ard

      Most likely explanation is what one of the posters has said below, space debris or a meteorite.

      Do like the thought of a Top Secret Russian Space Forces, Buran (OK-1K2) armed with 23mm canons having taken it out though.

  • jm74

    That is exactly why the US would report the event to throw suspicion; who would suspect the informer of being the culprit.

  • Assad must stay (gr8rambino)

    i hope they are, and are ahead of USrahell at it

  • Zionism = EVIL

    Russia and China should be testing space weapons on the dumbass Americunt arseholes. They are more stupid than lab rats, but deadlier.

  • Boycott-Israel!

    Put all squatters in a rocket and send em all straight to the sun!