États Unis – USA : US new spy satellite KH-11 able to spy 007 James Bond’s erotic adventures in live motion ?

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États Unis – USA

California

Vandenberg Air Force Base

Spy satellite KH-11

US new spy

satellite KH-11

able to spy

007 James Bond’s

erotic adventures

in live motion ?

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The first Delta IV

rocket to launch

from Vandenberg

Air Force Base !

The largest rocket ever launched from the West Coast went into space Thursday

afternoon carrying a secret « national security » satellite, Vandenberg Air Force

Base in California.

The 23-story tall Delta IV rocket blasted off on schedule at 1:10 p.m. PT (4:10 p.m. ET).

It delivered into orbit a satellite for the National Reconnaissance Office, the U.S.

government agency that oversees the nation’s satellites.

Top secret !

The NRO is staying mum about the satellite but noted this is the third in a series

of six satellite launches happening over a seven- to eight-month period.

The next launch is scheduled for February 5.

Due to its large size and bigger optics, the satellite has advanced resolution that

can see much finer detail on the ground than anything similar.

There are currently 3 KH-11s in orbit and he believes the purpose of this launch

is to replace one that has been in orbit since 2001.

While this is the first Delta IV rocket to launch from Vandenberg Air Force Base,

about 150 miles up the coast from Los Angeles, it is the fifth launch in the

program’s history.

The others have previously launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida.

Picked up on

http://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2011/01/live-delta-iv-heavy-launch-nro-l-49/

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What the hell this

satellite can’t spy ….

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  1. Bonds will itch my crouch before I belive what they are showing.

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