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#40758 3-Sep-2009 01:21
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Can d3 and c1 crash? Can this happen and I hear on the forums that optus b1 is going to crash into somethink I forgot I keep u posted on that




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  #252794 3-Sep-2009 01:48
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I doubt it, stray Russian satellite anybody ?

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  #252805 3-Sep-2009 07:43
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Anything can happen things do fall out of the sky space junk could smash into them the US might hit them with powerful lasers.

 
 
 
 




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  #252823 3-Sep-2009 08:24
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Hope it does not smash all the optuses then no sky for all of us




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  #252826 3-Sep-2009 08:29
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Mignt not be Such a bad thing, Will get me off the couch! lol

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#252831 3-Sep-2009 08:45
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cws82us: Can d3 and c1 crash? Can this happen and I hear on the forums that optus b1 is going to crash into somethink I forgot I keep u posted on that


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  #252848 3-Sep-2009 09:52
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It'll be aliens messing with us. In Independence Day wasn't that the first thing they took out?



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  #252849 3-Sep-2009 09:54
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Middle/Central East culture.
Don't forget B3 is poised to take out any miscreants. Skulking off the Coast of Africa I'm told.
i see it from this site

http://www.austech.info/satellite-tv-general/20459-any-news-optus-d3-launch-date.html




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  #253164 4-Sep-2009 13:01
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I think Optus D3 is a little lost at the moment according to http://www.n2yo.com/?s=35756, its sitting at 159.41 degree's east as 1.00 pm today, i think it got more chance of crashing into Optus D1 than C1. And C1 will stay put because it also used for military use, unless the aliens or some thing else takes it out.

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  #253166 4-Sep-2009 13:08
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cws82us: Can d3 and c1 crash? Can this happen and I hear on the forums that optus b1 is going to crash into somethink I forgot I keep u posted on that

Now: Please double your regular dose.

Next week: IF that doesn't work, try halving your regular dose.

Week after: Report back.







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  #253272 4-Sep-2009 17:20
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Looking at n2yo.com, Optus D3 is presently sitting at 159.48 and Optus D1 is sitting at 160.04
Not sure how you would translate that into actual distance apart, maybe 40kms? These is an 80km height distance between the 2 however. I'd say Optus would be keeping a very close eye on all their birds to make sure they don't actually bang into each other physically



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  #257122 19-Sep-2009 23:09
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tonyhughes 15 days ago

cws82us: Can d3 and c1 crash? Can this happen and I hear on the forums that optus b1 is going to crash into somethink I forgot I keep u posted on that

Now: Please double your regular dose.

Next week: IF that doesn't work, try halving your regular dose.

Week after: Report back.



It worked thank you




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