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Questioning NASA and Testing the “Globe theory”

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photo released by Tim Peake to Flickr from the International Space Station

 

I am only sharing (below) what I see, as what can only be called lies, fraud, errors without explanations or possibly just a “circus” to be put on to keep the funding coming in, and the Truth of Yahuweh(God) out of the minds and hearts (Spiritual warfare). The following is a list of websites that contain many questionable things NASA has shared as fact. I say it is high time to take a closer look at what you think is real and test what you think you know. I may or may not agree with what is within the following but I do think it needs to be considered. Caution, adult language may be used.

Please add any reliable resources into the comments section. If any evidence I show is unreliable please let me know.

Pat

Space station photos bring forth questions about Flat Earth (My Write-up)

The Biggest Lie of All NASA lies! (You tube)

Hubble Shoots The Moon. (Article)

NASA Insider Exposes the Flat Earth! (You tube)

NASA Biggest MISTAKES EVER ARE THEY LYING TO US ? (You tube)

200 Proofs Earth Is Not A Spinning Ball (Article)
200 Proofs Earth is Not a Spinning Ball pdf.

Debunking the Spinning Ball Earth
http://www.atlanteanconspiracy.com/…/debunking-spinning…

Flat Earth Evidence
https://www.youtube.com/playlist…

Earth Hoax? – Part 1 of 2. Don’t Spin Out!
http://www.waykiwayki.com/…/earth-hoax-part-1-of-2-dont…

Earth Hoax? – Part 2 of 2. The Global-Ball-Bull?
http://www.waykiwayki.com/…/earth-hoax-part-2-of-2…

Hard evidence that the earth is not a globe
http://www.debate.org/…/Scientific-evidence…/1/

The Natural Physics of Water Prove Earth Flat
http://www.atlanteanconspiracy.com/…/water-proves-earth…

Sundials and the Flat Earth
http://www.flatearthconspiracy.com/sundials-and-the-flat…/

The Globe Earth Lie
http://www.atlanteanconspiracy.com/…/the-globe-earth…

The Earth is Not Moving
http://www.atlanteanconspiracy.com/…/earth-is-not…
The Flat-Earth Conspiracy
http://www.atlanteanconspiracy.com/…/the-flat-earth…

Antarctica Has No South Pole
http://www.atlanteanconspiracy.com/…/south-pole-does…

Geocentricity is Scientific, Heliocentricity is a Lie!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bxMSL9h2ziY

No Curvature on the Flat Earth
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcteYfOMgJg…

Where’s the Edge Then?
http://www.atlanteanconspiracy.com/…/south-pole-does…

Satellites can not be orbiting the earth as it is extremely hot in the Thermosphere which would melt any man-made spaceship. It is about 500° C (932° F) to 2,000° C (3,632° F) or higher. The governments track everything from these stations as they did since many many years ago.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=56WTtutQIf4
GPS Before the Satellite Hoax GPS = LORAN
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7RA_Y1lcK6I

Proof that the standard Heliocentric Model is In error:
http://www.wildheretic.com/heliocentric-theory-is-wrong-pt1/

Lunar Wave / Holographic Moon
https://www.youtube.com/playlist…

Prof. Eric Dollard The Sun is not what we wave been told.!!!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z6bE5uvSA9s…

The Flat Earth and its Advocates: A List of References
http://www.loc.gov/rr/scitech/SciRefGuides/flatearth.html

A wise man may change his mind.
A fool never does.(unknown)

ALERT: ASTEROID 2014-YB35, NASA CLASSIFIED AS “Potentially Hazardous Asteroid.”

ALERT: ASTEROID 2014-YB35, NASA CLASSIFIED AS “Potentially Hazardous Asteroid.”

Have you heard?

On March 27, 2015 we are going to be having a close call with a 500 meter wide asteroid, named  2014-YB35. According to NASA the asteroid 2014-YB35 was visible on March 9th and will be up until March 30. It will be “potentially hazardous” at or about March 27th. I don’t normally pay that close to asteroids and or other space rocks, of sort, unless I see  “Potentially Hazardous Asteroids.” written next to them.  So, friends and readers, just keeping you posted. If you know how to read the numbers below, and would like to share any pertinent info within, please do.

Prayer is always a good Idea. For one never knows what God may have in mind for tomorrow.
Written by:Pat N. DeHat, sharing a lot about that.


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The following is from the NASA website; http://echo.jpl.nasa.gov/asteroids/2002FG7/2002FG7_planning.html

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Goldstone Radar Observations Planning: 2002 FG7 and 2014 YB35

Background

Instructions

Goldstone Masterlog


Background


This is a planning page for asteroids 2002 FG7 and 2014 YB35 in March 2015.

2002 FG7
2002 FG7 was discovered on 2002 Mar 28 by NEAT.  This object has an absolute magnitude
of 18.9, suggesting a diameter of roughly 500 m, but otherwise its physical properties are unknown.
This asteroid will approach within 0.05 AU on 2015 Mar 13 but will not be
observable by radar until March 17, when it enters the Goldstone declination window.
The radar SNRs are not high enough for imaging the target however we expect to obtain
continuous wave (CW) spectra. The bandwidth of the echo in the CW spectra combined with a size assumption
will provide an estimate of the rotation period of the asteroid. The circular polarization ratio
of the object will provide clues to the composition of the object.
We are scheduled to observe 2002 FG7 at DSS-14 on 2015 Mar 17.  

Between Mar 11 and Apr 2 this object will be brighter than 17th magnitude
and reach an elongation of about 160 degrees during which optical lightcurves could be obtained. 


2014 YB35
2014 YB35 was discovered on 2014 Dec 27 by the Catalina Sky Survey. It has an absolute magnitude of
18.9, suggesting a diameter of roughly 500 m, but otherwise its physical properties are unknown.
2014 YB35 will approach within 0.03 AU on 2015 Mar 27. It will get close enough to be
observed using Goldstone on Mar 09 and will be observable till Mar 30 after which it will exit
the Goldstone declination window to the south.
We are scheduled to observe this object on Mar 20 and we expect to obtain CW spectra
and coarse-resolution range-Doppler images.

The object will reach magnitudes brighter than 17 during mid-March when it could be a lightcurve target.


The Minor Planet Center has classified 2002 FG7 and 2014 YB35 as "Potentially Hazardous Asteroids."

Orbital and Physical Characteristics  
Provisional Designation  2002 FG7               2014 YB35     
Asteroid number          141527                 none         
Discoverer               NEAT                   CSS        
Discovery date           2002 Mar 28            2014 Dec 27   
orbit type               Apollo                 Apollo          
Close approach dist.     0.044 AU               0.030 AU      
Close approach dist.     17.1 lunar distances   11.7 LD       
Close approach date      2015 Mar 13            2015 Mar 27   

semimajor axis           1.513 AU               1.875 AU      
eccentricity             0.627                  0.483         
inclination              9.2 deg                12.7 deg      
perihelion distance      0.565 AU               0.969 AU      
aphelion distance        2.463 AU               2.780 AU      
Tisserand parameter      4.267                  3.801               

absolute magnitude (H)   18.9                   18.9          
diameter                 0.52 km                0.52 km        
optical albedo           unknown                unknown         
rotation period          unknown                unknown       
pole direction           unknown                unknown       
lightcurve amplitude     unknown                unknown              
spectral class           unknown                unknown                  
                          PHA                    PHA 

Last update: 2015 March 20


Discovery

SNR Calculation

Goldstone Track Assignments

Uncertainties

Setups


Discovery M.P.E.C.

2002 FG7
2002 FG7
http://www.minorplanetcenter.org/mpec/K02/K02G03.html
2014 YB35
2014 YB35
www.minorplanetcenter.net/mpec/K14/K14Y89.html

SNR Calculations

2002 FG7

GOLDSTONE SNRS
Assumptions: D = 0.52 km, P = 2.1 h, OC radar albedo = 0.1

 start date    window      RA, dec   dist     runs     SNR/day   SNR/run
2015 Mar 17  05:54-09:10  169, -31  0.061       96         30         3  Scheduled
2015 Mar 18  04:54-10:04  170, -24  0.070      134         25         2
2015 Mar 19  04:20-10:31  170, -19  0.078      142         18         2
2015 Mar 20  03:58-10:48  171, -15  0.088      140         12         1
2015 Mar 21  03:40-10:58  171, -12  0.098      135          9         1
2015 Mar 22  03:27-11:05  171,  -9  0.108      128          6         1

Goldstone SNRs assume Ptx = 450 kW.

ARECIBO SNRS

 start date    window      RA, dec   dist     runs     SNR/day   SNR/run
2015 Mar 27  03:22-03:54  172,  -1  0.160       6           6         3
2015 Mar 28  03:05-04:05  172,   0  0.171      10           7         2
2015 Mar 29  02:53-04:09  172,  +1  0.183      12           7         2
2015 Mar 30  02:44-04:11  172,  +2  0.194      13           6         2
2015 Mar 31  02:37-04:12  172,  +2  0.205      13           5         2
2015 Apr 01  02:30-04:11  172,  +3  0.217      14           5         1

Assumptions: Ptx = 900 kW, Tsys = 23 K


2014 YB35

GOLDSTONE SNRS

Assumptions: D = 0.52 km, P = 2.1 h, OC radar albedo = 0.1

 start date    window      RA, dec   dist   runs      SNR/day   SNR/run
2015 Mar 12  17:18-09:50  78, +66  0.087     344         21         1
2015 Mar 13  17:14-09:28  75, +65  0.082     359         27         2
2015 Mar 14  17:10-09:04  73, +64  0.077     376         35         2
2015 Mar 15  17:07-08:40  71, +63  0.072     394         45         2
2015 Mar 16  17:04-08:14  68, +61  0.067     414         60         3
2015 Mar 17  17:01-07:47  65, +59  0.062     437         82         4
2015 Mar 18  16:58-07:19  62, +57  0.057     461        110         6
2015 Mar 19  16:56-06:49  59, +54  0.052     487        160         8
2015 Mar 20  16:55-06:19  56, +51  0.047     516        220        11  Scheduled
2015 Mar 21  16:54-05:46  53, +46  0.043     546        320        15
2015 Mar 22  16:54-05:12  50, +41  0.039     574        460        21
2015 Mar 23  16:56-04:36  47, +34  0.036     597        640        29
2015 Mar 24  17:00-03:57  44, +26  0.033     609        870        38
2015 Mar 25  17:07-03:16  40, +17  0.031     600       1100        48
2015 Mar 26  17:17-02:31  37,  +7  0.030     563       1200        53
2015 Mar 27  17:32-01:41  34,  -4  0.030     495       1100        52
2015 Mar 28  17:53-00:47  30, -14  0.031     401        780        42
2015 Mar 29  18:22-23:44  27, -23  0.034     291        480        30
2015 Mar 30  19:10-22:25  24, -31  0.037     162        240        19

Goldstone SNRs assume Ptx = 450 kW.

ARECIBO SNRS

start date    window      RA, dec   dist    runs      SNR/day   SNR/run
2015 Mar 23  18:49-20:20   47, +35  0.036     76       5100       640
2015 Mar 24  18:02-20:32   44, +27  0.033    138      11100      1000
2015 Mar 25  17:37-20:20   41, +18  0.031    152      14900      1300
2015 Mar 26  17:32-19:48   37,  +8  0.030    143      15900      1400

Assumptions: Ptx = 900 kW, Tsys = 23 K

Track Assignments



DOY BOA  BOT  EOT  EOA
076 0425 0555 0910 0940  DSS-14  GSSR   AST 2002 FG7    
079 0105 0235 0620 0650  DSS-14  GSSR   AST 2014 YB35    


Transmit Authorization Times:
076     MAR-17-2015    0555Z   0910Z   14      AST 2002 FG7   
079     MAR-20-2015    0135Z   0620Z   14      AST 2014 YB35 

Goldstone tracks:
        UT          UT          PDT                  Duration Round-trip  
DOY     Date        TX Window   TX Window            hh:mm    time (sec)  
076    Mar 17       0555-0910   1055-0210 Mar 16-17   3:15     59       2002 FG7
079    Mar 20       0135-0620   1835-2320 Mar 19      4:45     51       2014 YB35


Arecibo tracks:
UT                  UT          PDT                      Duration Round-trip  
Date                TX Window   TX Window                hh:mm    time (sec)  
086    Mar 27       0322-0354   20:22-20:54 Mar 26       00:32    159       2002 FG7, can be observed at the time scheduled for AO survey project R2957

2014 YB35 is not scheduled at Arecibo



Uncertainties

2002 FG7
JPL/Horizons solution 37, # obs: 122 (1990-2012):

 Date__(UT)__HR:MN     R.A._(a-appar)_DEC.            delta POS_3sigma  DOP_S_3sig  DOP_X_3sig  RT_delay_3sig
 2015-Mar-01 00:00 *m  354.48609 -31.98028 0.14438119439284     14.654        8.84       32.13       0.006272
 2015-Mar-02 00:00 *m  354.69087 -33.53082 0.13363231647367     15.931        9.29       33.77       0.005950
 2015-Mar-03 00:00 *m  354.92382 -35.32265 0.12305886599162     17.411        9.90       35.98       0.005610
 2015-Mar-04 00:00 *   355.19809 -37.41900 0.11267967323395     19.145       10.73       38.98       0.005245
 2015-Mar-05 00:00 *   355.53359 -39.90520 0.10252424386151     21.195       11.85       43.08       0.004845
 2015-Mar-06 00:00 *   355.96231 -42.89780 0.09263790188164     23.642       13.41       48.72       0.004398
 2015-Mar-07 00:00 *   356.53953 -46.55731 0.08308989867689     26.583       15.56       56.57       0.003886
 2015-Mar-08 00:00 *   357.37038 -51.10429 0.07398625721620     30.121       18.57       67.47       0.003284
 2015-Mar-09 00:00 *   358.68323 -56.83435 0.06548973822559     34.322       22.68       82.42       0.002562
 2015-Mar-10 00:00 *     1.08540 -64.11138 0.05784866873130     39.108       28.03      101.86       0.001693
 2015-Mar-11 00:00 *     6.88608 -73.25779 0.05142999897454     44.018       34.08      123.87       0.000777
 2015-Mar-12 00:00 *    36.34839 -83.63153 0.04672976550995     47.909       38.78      140.93       0.001094
 2015-Mar-13 00:00 *   145.49674 -79.97538 0.04429450276331     49.115       38.49      139.90       0.002394
 2015-Mar-14 00:00 *   161.45728 -66.40830 0.04450046905548     46.748       31.38      114.05       0.003642
 2015-Mar-15 00:00 *   165.75753 -53.27838 0.04732188222230     41.860       20.63       74.98       0.004561
 2015-Mar-16 00:00 *   167.72952 -42.05737 0.05235057084486     36.355       11.07       40.22       0.005099
 2015-Mar-17 00:00 *   168.86022 -33.04448 0.05904112182968     31.398        4.81       17.47       0.005341
 2015-Mar-18 00:00 *   169.59474 -25.97834 0.06691462646778     27.291        2.23        8.10       0.005397
 2015-Mar-19 00:00 *m  170.11233 -20.44739 0.07562124244709     23.962        2.76       10.01       0.005349
 2015-Mar-20 00:00 *m  170.49909 -16.07697 0.08492431705189     21.255        3.51       12.77       0.005244
 2015-Mar-21 00:00 *m  170.80156 -12.57564 0.09466740424264     19.031        3.92       14.26       0.005113
 2015-Mar-22 00:00 *m  171.04712  -9.72899 0.10474679638549     17.181        4.09       14.86       0.004970
 2015-Mar-23 00:00 *m  171.25293  -7.38170 0.11509278698413     15.623        4.11       14.93       0.004823
 2015-Mar-24 00:00 *m  171.43029  -5.42102 0.12565769477762     14.295        4.05       14.71       0.004677
 

2014 YB35
JPL/Horizons solution 48, # obs: 349 (2014-2015):
 Date__(UT)__HR:MN     R.A._(a-appar)_DEC.            delta POS_3sigma  DOP_S_3sig  DOP_X_3sig  RT_delay_3sig
 2015-Mar-15 00:00 *    73.13711  64.27314 0.07725326117706      0.316        3.15       11.46       0.001964
 2015-Mar-16 00:00 *    70.62140  62.90927 0.07202411814294      0.364        3.13       11.37       0.001859
 2015-Mar-17 00:00 *    67.99156  61.28125 0.06685317360487      0.433        3.09       11.24       0.001756
 2015-Mar-18 00:00 *    65.24693  59.32303 0.06176217083174      0.529        3.05       11.08       0.001655
 2015-Mar-19 00:00 *m   62.38905  56.94887 0.05677998037909      0.665        2.99       10.86       0.001556
 2015-Mar-20 00:00 *m   59.42205  54.04761 0.05194553953027      0.854        2.91       10.59       0.001459
 2015-Mar-21 00:00 *m   56.35296  50.47651 0.04731206197435      1.116        2.82       10.27       0.001364
 2015-Mar-22 00:00 *m   53.19199  46.05736 0.04295282823771      1.476        2.73        9.93       0.001271
 2015-Mar-23 00:00 *m   49.95276  40.58129 0.03896843709483      1.959        2.67        9.69       0.001179
 2015-Mar-24 00:00 *m   46.65225  33.83651 0.03549392617749      2.580        2.69        9.79       0.001085
 2015-Mar-25 00:00 *m   43.31065  25.68090 0.03270065120277      3.320        2.90       10.52       0.000989
 2015-Mar-26 00:00 *m   39.95076  16.17200 0.03078245898951      4.087        3.26       11.84       0.000893
 2015-Mar-27 00:00 *m   36.59717   5.70444 0.02991488572883      4.711        3.60       13.07       0.000806


 Date__(UT)__HR:MN     R.A._(a-appar)_DEC.            delta POS_3sigma  DOP_S_3sig  DOP_X_3sig  RT_delay_3sig
 2015-Mar-15 00:00 *    73.13766  64.27337 0.07725530449433      5.062        6.53       23.73       0.008479
 2015-Mar-16 00:00 *    70.62199  62.90956 0.07202611147010      6.024        6.83       24.81       0.008265
 2015-Mar-17 00:00 *    67.99222  61.28160 0.06685511257528      7.218        7.24       26.32       0.008035
 2015-Mar-18 00:00 *    65.24764  59.32347 0.06176404969228      8.714        7.83       28.45       0.007785
 2015-Mar-19 00:00 *m   62.38982  56.94944 0.05678179140253     10.606        8.68       31.55       0.007505
 2015-Mar-20 00:00 *m   59.42287  54.04832 0.05194727215800     13.013        9.93       36.08       0.007185
 2015-Mar-21 00:00 *m   56.35383  50.47742 0.04731370159186     16.081       11.76       42.73       0.006807
 2015-Mar-22 00:00 *m   53.19291  46.05852 0.04295435451988     19.971       14.40       52.35       0.006349
 2015-Mar-23 00:00 *m   49.95371  40.58276 0.03896982205559     24.800       18.11       65.83       0.005779
 2015-Mar-24 00:00 *m   46.65324  33.83835 0.03549513265784     30.510       22.98       83.52       0.005062
 2015-Mar-25 00:00 *m   43.31167  25.68314 0.03270163378973     36.641       28.63      104.06       0.004166
 2015-Mar-26 00:00 *m   39.95181  16.17459 0.03078317074064     42.101       33.82      122.90       0.003102
 2015-Mar-27 00:00 *m   36.59822   5.70723 0.02991529259770     45.342       36.50      132.67       0.001984

**********************************************************************************************

Apparent Magnitudes, Solar Elongations, Lunar Elongations, and Lunar Illumination:
2002 FG7
 Date__(UT)__HR:MN     R.A._(a-appar)_DEC.            delta  APmag    S-O-T /r  T-O-M/Illu%
 2015-Mar-10 00:00 *     1.08540 -64.11138 0.05784866873130  17.24  60.3324 /T  100.2/ 84.3
 2015-Mar-11 00:00 *     6.88608 -73.25779 0.05142999897454  16.41  70.0104 /T   88.8/ 76.7
 2015-Mar-12 00:00 *    36.34839 -83.63153 0.04672976550995  15.63  81.9415 /T   79.4/ 67.9
 2015-Mar-13 00:00 *   145.49674 -79.97538 0.04429450276331  14.99  95.7728 /T   75.1/ 58.1
 2015-Mar-14 00:00 *   161.45728 -66.40830 0.04450046905548  14.54 110.2929 /T   78.5/ 47.7
 2015-Mar-15 00:00 *   165.75753 -53.27838 0.04732188222230  14.29 123.8815 /T   88.9/ 37.1
 2015-Mar-16 00:00 *   167.72952 -42.05737 0.05235057084486  14.22 135.4288 /T  103.3/ 26.6
 2015-Mar-17 00:00 *   168.86022 -33.04448 0.05904112182968  14.25 144.6699 /T  119.2/ 17.1
 2015-Mar-18 00:00 *   169.59474 -25.97834 0.06691462646778  14.34 151.8505 /T  135.3/  9.1
 2015-Mar-19 00:00 *m  170.11233 -20.44739 0.07562124244709  14.47 157.3444 /T  150.5/  3.3
 2015-Mar-20 00:00 *m  170.49909 -16.07697 0.08492431705189  14.61 161.4707 /T  162.0/  0.3
 2015-Mar-21 00:00 *m  170.80156 -12.57564 0.09466740424264  14.77 164.4521 /T  161.2/  0.4
 2015-Mar-22 00:00 *m  171.04712  -9.72899 0.10474679638549  14.94 166.4358 /T  149.7/  3.6
 2015-Mar-23 00:00 *m  171.25293  -7.38170 0.11509278698413  15.12 167.5424 /T  135.6/  9.4
 2015-Mar-24 00:00 *m  171.43029  -5.42102 0.12565769477762  15.32 167.9126 /T  121.2/ 17.3
 2015-Mar-25 00:00 *m  171.58692  -3.76429 0.13640832907193  15.52 167.7181 /T  107.0/ 26.7
 2015-Mar-26 00:00 *m  171.72829  -2.35007 0.14732122059914  15.72 167.1320 /T   93.3/ 36.8
 2015-Mar-27 00:00 *m  171.85836  -1.13206 0.15837955356828  15.92 166.2971 /T   80.0/ 47.2
 2015-Mar-28 00:00 *m  171.98009  -0.07484 0.16957115152095  16.12 165.3148 /T   67.2/ 57.3
 2015-Mar-29 00:00 *m  172.09573   0.84904 0.18088712700688  16.31 164.2509 /T   54.6/ 66.9
 2015-Mar-30 00:00 *m  172.20700   1.66115 0.19232095839734  16.49 163.1462 /T   42.4/ 75.7
 2015-Mar-31 00:00 *m  172.31529   2.37861 0.20386784772755  16.66 162.0255 /T   30.3/ 83.4
 2015-Apr-01 00:00 *m  172.42168   3.01522 0.21552426736943  16.83 160.9035 /T   18.4/ 89.8
 2015-Apr-02 00:00 *m  172.52705   3.58216 0.22728763593845  16.99 159.7887 /T  6.794/ 94.8
 2015-Apr-03 00:00 *   172.63212   4.08862 0.23915608395080  17.15 158.6862 /T  6.155/ 98.2
 2015-Apr-04 00:00 *   172.73750   4.54219 0.25112828242755  17.29 157.5984 /T   17.7/ 99.8
 2015-Apr-05 00:00 *   172.84366   4.94923 0.26320331584642  17.44 156.5266 /T   29.7/ 99.7
 2015-Apr-06 00:00 *   172.95102   5.31505 0.27538058632631  17.57 155.4713 /T   41.7/ 97.7
 2015-Apr-07 00:00 *   173.05994   5.64417 0.28765973974441  17.70 154.4322 /T   53.9/ 93.9
 2015-Apr-08 00:00 *   173.17072   5.94045 0.30004060722308  17.83 153.4091 /T   66.2/ 88.4
 2015-Apr-09 00:00 *   173.28360   6.20718 0.31252315738404  17.96 152.4013 /T   78.6/ 81.2
 2015-Apr-10 00:00 *   173.39882   6.44721 0.32510745607616  18.08 151.4084 /T   91.3/ 72.6
 

2014 YB35
 Date__(UT)__HR:MN     R.A._(a-appar)_DEC.            delta  APmag    S-O-T /r  T-O-M/Illu%
 2015-Feb-26 00:00     103.47756  71.82835 0.16696912256303  17.36 108.8254 /T   57.8/ 53.1
 2015-Feb-28 00:00     100.66438  71.62670 0.15660790765031  17.27 106.9088 /T   53.6/ 72.5
 2015-Mar-02 00:00      97.72927  71.32136 0.14617725707632  17.18 104.9131 /T   57.8/ 87.7
 2015-Mar-04 00:00      94.64541  70.89533 0.13567650126896  17.08 102.8155 /T   68.4/ 97.2
 2015-Mar-06 00:00      91.37747  70.32282 0.12511035867216  16.97 100.5847 /T   82.7/ 99.9
 2015-Mar-08 00:00      87.88219  69.56488 0.11449001385070  16.86  98.1772 /T   98.5/ 95.6
 2015-Mar-10 00:00      84.10977  68.56240 0.10383488889196  16.74  95.5318 /T  114.2/ 84.5
 2015-Mar-12 00:00      80.00663  67.22475 0.09317567834748  16.62  92.5599 /T  127.2/ 67.8
 2015-Mar-14 00:00      75.52020  65.41055 0.08255976898092  16.50  89.1295 /T  132.3/ 47.4
 2015-Mar-16 00:00      70.60630  62.89432 0.07206131403836  16.38  85.0380 /T  124.2/ 26.1
 2015-Mar-18 00:00      65.23920  59.30712 0.06180089034026  16.29  79.9649 /T  104.3/  8.6
 2015-Mar-20 00:00      59.42294  54.03247 0.05198582013311  16.25  73.3931 /T   77.3/  0.3
 2015-Mar-22 00:00      53.20244  46.04710 0.04299432738787  16.39  64.5200 /T   46.5/  3.8
 2015-Mar-24 00:00      46.67258  33.83961 0.03553512456245    17.  52.3994 /T   19.3/ 17.5
 2015-Mar-26 00:00      39.98050  16.19968 0.03081924709148    18.  37.6086 /T   37.1/ 36.7
 2015-Mar-28 00:00      33.31297  -4.94041 0.03022008021957    20.  27.9512 /T   74.6/ 56.9
 2015-Mar-30 00:00      26.86752 -23.94840 0.03398699862935    19.  32.9435 /T  107.5/ 75.1
 2015-Apr-01 00:00      20.81795 -37.57585 0.04093751096751    18.  43.0846 /T  127.8/ 89.3
 2015-Apr-03 00:00      15.28849 -46.51564 0.04974195038977    18.  51.7058 /T  130.8/ 98.0
 2015-Apr-05 00:00      10.34451 -52.35651 0.05955792094372  17.46  58.2933 /L  120.1/ 99.8
 2015-Apr-07 00:00       5.99842 -56.26951 0.06992523669316  17.41  63.3831 /L  103.7/ 94.1
 2015-Apr-09 00:00       2.22361 -58.97283 0.08058896104873  17.43  67.4526 /L   86.4/ 81.3
 2015-Apr-11 00:00     358.96939 -60.89671 0.09139821788362  17.49  70.8253 /L   70.7/ 62.6
 2015-Apr-13 00:00     356.17326 -62.30414 0.10225680418248  17.56  73.7126 /L   59.7/ 40.7
 2015-Apr-15 00:00     353.76930 -63.36080 0.11309927822722  17.63  76.2543 /L   57.7/ 19.6
 2015-Apr-17 00:00     351.69351 -64.17403 0.12387904612850  17.70  78.5454 /L   66.0/  4.6
 2015-Apr-19 00:00     349.88726 -64.81502 0.13456204209827  17.77  80.6516 /L   80.8/  0.1
 2015-Apr-21 00:00     348.29933 -65.33189 0.14512279879235  17.84  82.6197 /L   97.0/  6.7
 2015-Apr-23 00:00     346.88643 -65.75803 0.15554159292337  17.91  84.4831 /L  110.9/ 21.6
 2015-Apr-25 00:00     345.61219 -66.11733 0.16580255062180  17.97  86.2669 /L  120.0/ 40.4
 2015-Apr-27 00:00     344.44562 -66.42746 0.17589270309853  18.03  87.9901 /L  122.5/ 59.7
 2015-Apr-29 00:00     343.35978 -66.70169 0.18580163049787  18.08  89.6678 /L  118.3/ 77.2
 2015-May-01 00:00     342.33080 -66.95019 0.19552132047154  18.14  91.3119 /L  108.9/ 90.8
 2015-May-03 00:00     341.33718 -67.18077 0.20504608068956  18.19  92.9321 /L   96.4/ 98.7
 2015-May-05 00:00     340.35926 -67.39943 0.21437250400268  18.23  94.5366 /L   82.5/ 99.2
 2015-May-07 00:00     339.37854 -67.61077 0.22349954302416  18.28  96.1322 /L   69.4/ 91.5
 2015-May-09 00:00     338.37725 -67.81817 0.23242872626400  18.32  97.7246 /L   59.8/ 76.0
 2015-May-11 00:00     337.33805 -68.02381 0.24116447400562  18.36  99.3187 /L   57.4/ 55.1
 2015-May-13 00:00     336.24402 -68.22869 0.24971441287145  18.40 100.9186 /L   63.7/ 32.5
 2015-May-15 00:00     335.07907 -68.43255 0.25808956275748  18.43 102.5277 /L   76.8/ 13.2
 2015-May-17 00:00     333.82855 -68.63390 0.26630423704579  18.47 104.1482 /L   92.7/  1.9
 2015-May-19 00:00     332.47999 -68.83017 0.27437553616173  18.50 105.7815 /L  107.9/  1.0


Setups


We don't know what to expect for the bandwidth, so we're going to start with a standard CW setup:

CW setup:
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TX polarization           RCP
RCV polarization          LCP & RCP
Frequency hops:           no hopping
Bandwidth:               4000 Hz 
TXoffset                  +500 Hz
Sampling interval:        2500 x 0.1 usec
FFT for PFS files:        4000 for 1.0 Hz resolution 

Ranging setups:
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10-usec
baud             10 usec
code            127
PRP            1270 usec
FFT             128   
ncoh              1 
bandwidth       787 Hz   
resolution      12.3 Hz
TXOFF          +100Hz  (echo in bin 32 + 8 = 40)
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
11-usec 
baud             11 usec
code            127
PRP            1397 usec
FFT              64  
ncoh              1 
bandwidth       716 Hz   
resolution      11.2 Hz
TXOFF          +100 Hz  (echo in bin 32 + 9= 41) 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
1-usec 
baud            1 usec
code            255
FFT             512
ncoh             16
bandwidth        245 Hz   
resolution       0.48 Hz
TXOFF           +50 Hz 
---------------------------------------------------------------------

 

Instructions

NOTE: Data should be moved to the appropriate subdirectories in aardvark:/export/data0/2002fg7/raw/

POINTING:

  OSOD and predicts will be on aardvark:

...not available yet...


POINTING  
                                                          TX Offsets    
Date (UTC)   DOY  hhmmss    RA        Dec         Macro   LHA     Dec    RTT    OSOD

... to be added ...

Transmit offsets are given in millidegrees.  


PRDX.OUT.14f-14-14.??
TRANSMITTER: STATION #14,     RECEIVER: STATION #14
RECEIVER    U.T.         RANGE         DOPPLER      LHA      DEC      RA      EL



2002 FG7 GOLDSTONE MASTERLOG

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Droughts, famine, chemtrails and the global game of risk: geoengineering is real, and inevitable part of the future, when science tries to orchestrate nature in the name of taming climate change, while experts argue over who will make the rules in the global governance of weather modification and geoengineering. Could a rogue billionaire tinker with the delicate balance of our Earth? Might a mad scientist even “weaponize” weather control to wield power over the planet? Everything is possible, warns a NASA Jet Propulsion Labs expert. Chemtrails and geoengineering are no longer the things of conspiratorial speculation or retro science fiction — they are the scenarios shaping the world to come as science contemplates how far is too far for man to go in the name of a global environmental crisis?

Watch the entire NASA JPL presentation here: http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/29293171

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http://www.collective-evolution.com/2…

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http://www.businessinsider.com/cia-we…

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http://phys.org/news/2013-07-cia-co-s…

Scientists: “Exclusive Club” To Assume Command Of Global Geoengineering
http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/29293171

Unilateral Geoengineering Non-technical Briefing Notes for a Workshop – At the Council on Foreign Relations Washington DC, May 05, 2008
http://www.cfr.org/content/thinktank/…

World’s biggest geoengineering experiment ‘violates’ UN rules
http://www.theguardian.com/environmen…
Government Response to the House of Commons
Science and Technology Committee 5
Report of Session 2009-10:
The Regulation of Geoengineering

https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads…

Strategic incentives for climate
geoengineering coalitions to exclude
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http://iopscience.iop.org/1748-9326/8…

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