Monday, March 23, 2009

Alert : LS-2009 Proof: Threat to Discovery STS -119 & ISS, Plane Crash in Japan & US Volcano Tonga...

Dear Friends,

The anticipation regarding threat to space mission Discovery STS -119 and ISS come true again while space debris come closer to both crafts.

Volcanic Explosion in Tonga (accompanied a 7.9 Quack), Anticipated on Feb. 26, 2009

Air Crash in Narita, Japan & Montana, US on March 23, 2009 , Anticipated by us for various Aviation and Space disaster specially in Feb. March 2009 period on Jan 16,2009, a Helicopter also crashed in UP, India on the same day.

NASA: Shuttle Discovery forced to dodge space debris

4-inch piece of Chinese satellite was on track to pass too close to Discovery, space station

March 22, 2009 (Computerworld) Astronauts aboard the space shuttle Discovery and the International Space Station this afternoon maneuvered the connected crafts to avoid a piece of space debris that is hurtling toward them.

The maneuver should keep the connected vehicles safely away from the space junk, which NASA officials believed was on track to cross the orbiter's path while astronauts were making their scheduled spacewalk on Monday. NASA feared that the debris could have forced it to postpone the spacewalk.

This is the third time in little more than a week that space junk has come close enough to the space station to pose a potential risk to the crew and the orbiter. The space station crew was on alert early last week before a 4-inch piece of a defunct Russian satellite ultimately flew harmlessly by on Tuesday morning. And then late the week before, the two U.S. astronauts and one Russian cosmonaut abourd the station were forced to seek shelter in the attached Soyuz TMA-13 Capsule when a piece of an old rocket motor came too close for comfort.

The space shuttle Discovery, which is on a 14-day mission, docked with the space station last Tuesday.

Today, at 4:31 p.m. EDT, the astronauts completed the latest maneuver, which is designed to slow the two attached crafts enough to avoid the latest approaching debris, which NASA describes as a 4-inch piece of a Chinese satellite. NASA reported that ground control had the crew maneuver the two so that Discovery is in front of the space station as they travel through space. "Discovery and the station will stay in this orientation long enough for the natural drag to slow the stack by about a foot per second, estimated to take three hours," said NASA in an online report.

NASA also noted that without doing this maneuver, the piece of space junk would have crossed the shuttle-station orbit repeatedly for several days. The first time it approached the orbiter would have been about two hours into Monday's scheduled spacewalk.

Earlier today, the NASA crew aboard the space shuttle Discovery got some downtime to prepare for their third space walk tomorrow.

This is what we had anticipated on Jan. 16, 2009,

The space shuttle Discovery is arrived at Launch Pad on 15/01/2009 for its next space mission STS - 119 on 12/02/2009, we had received some specific instructions that the upcoming mission of Space Shuttle Discovery may have to face serious troubles while return back to Earth, the crew may face problem in Maneuvering the shuttle and it may have to land in unfrinedly conditions and may have to land at some new locations too... so NASA should give special instruction to the crew to prevent some disaster during the mission.

Is US President and NASA hearing us ?

IPL is finally moved out of India, a good news for our security agencies but politicians in India are upset due to huge economical loss during elections.

We request Indian agencies to be at full alert as notification issued for next Lok Sabha Elections LS - 2009.

With Regards,


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