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    http://video.foxnews.com/v/4251446/around-the-world-623



    "This provides Israel with greater operational flexibility since we now have another set of eyes on a target," said Chaim Eshed, director of space programming at the Defence Ministry's research and development department


    http://www.earthtimes.org/articles/n...cant-edge.html


    This is called 'prepping the battlefield'.

    Russia quiet. French quiet. Germany doesn't matter. Britiain quiet. China quiet. India quiet. Pakistan mum.

    SHITE doesn't look good for the genocidalist mullahs.

  • #2
    Humor:

    Officials Call New Israeli Spy Satellite “Game*Changer”
    By Qifa Nabki

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    • #3
      Lebanese hummus isn't that good, certainly not worth a spy sat.

      But I don't want to cut into your penis envy session.

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      • #4
        Aw come on, Golani, the local Israeli hawk over at the Qifa Nabki blog loved the humor. His user name is AIG ("Another Israeli Guy") and he frequents Arab blogs as a Hasbara representative. He's quite dedicated at it, too.

        It's funny, even though he is a Hasbara agent, by frequenting Arab related blogs for years now, he's actually educated himself to the point where he's become something of a moderate, compared to what he started out as.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Golani View Post
          Lebanese hummus isn't that good, certainly not worth a spy sat.

          But I don't want to cut into your penis envy session.
          Quite right. Lebanese humor is usually expressed by/in allowing the Iranian step children, Hezbollahaha thuggees to rocket peaceful settlements in Israel.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by علامت پیروز View Post
            Aw come on, Golani, the local Israeli hawk over at the Qifa Nabki blog loved the humor. His user name is AIG ("Another Israeli Guy") and he frequents Arab blogs as a Hasbara representative. He's quite dedicated at it, too.

            It's funny, even though he is a Hasbara agent, by frequenting Arab related blogs for years now, he's actually educated himself to the point where he's become something of a moderate, compared to what he started out as.
            I have no idea what and who are any of the names you mentioned.
            All I can smell here is envy, as far as I remember the last time the Islamic Republic of Iran tried to launch a satellite it crashed&burned.

            As far as "Hasbara" goes using a bias source like you did is in fact propaganda, whilst Hasbara isn't, here's a more fair explanation:
            http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public_diplomacy_(Israel)

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            • #7
              You're thinking of South Korea. They're 0-2, now.

              Iran successfully propelled the Omid satellite into orbit in February of 2009. This despite all the sanctioning, plus the fact its a developing country.

              Look for another satellite launch late 2010/early 2011, perhaps with a 4x engine first stage, Simorgh launcher.

              But hey, this is supposed to be IASF's latest moment in the sun. So we'll leave it at that.

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              • #8
                Sorry, it crashed after 90 days in orbit, I'm sure it was all part of the plan.

                Originally posted by علامت پیروز View Post
                But hey, this is supposed to be IASF's latest moment in the sun. So we'll leave it at that.
                I guess you are referring to the Israeli Air and Space Force (?) seriously who calls them that?!
                And if I were you I wouldn't bet on it, especially since you supposedly live in Iran.

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                • #9
                  Good golly, Golani! You've never heard of the Israeli Aerospace Force (IASF)?!

                  On June 1, 2005 the IDF/AF was renamed the Israel Air And Space Force (IASF) - in recognition of its leading role in the country's space satellite programm.

                  My word, when it takes an Iranian to inform an Israeli of something so basic as this- what's the world coming to? Oy vey!

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                  • #10
                    Sputnick-1 lasted 90 days in orbit, too. In your book, that was nothing more than a crash- right?

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by علامت پیروز View Post
                      Good golly, Golani! You've never heard of the Israeli Aerospace Force (IASF)?!

                      On June 1, 2005 the IDF/AF was renamed the Israel Air And Space Force (IASF) - in recognition of its leading role in the country's space satellite programm.

                      My word, when it takes an Iranian to inform an Israeli of something so basic as this- what's the world coming to? Oy vey!
                      If you'd bother to read my post you'd see I posted the acronym there.

                      I don't know what they teach you over there at the "know your enemy" classes but I'll let you in on a little secret (which I don't normally do)-
                      Nobody calls them that.

                      BTW, it was changed to "Branch" not "Force" and I think it was following the launch of the first Israeli astronaut Ilan Ramon, but at this point- I really don't care.

                      Originally posted by علامت پیروز View Post
                      Sputnick-1 lasted 90 days in orbit, too. In your book, that was nothing more than a crash- right?
                      The sputnik was launched in 1958, the Omid in 2009.

                      Maybe it was designed to stay in orbit for just 90 days, but even if it did it's still a piece of no good junk.
                      Last edited by Golani; 26 Jun 10, 23:10.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Golani View Post
                        If you'd bother to read my post you'd see I posted the acronym there.

                        I don't know what they teach you over there at the "know your enemy" classes but I'll let you in on a little secret (which I don't normally do)-
                        Nobody calls them that.
                        Well, journalists don't when they're describing the conventional air force component. But when describing the rocket and missile component, "IASF" is the appropriate term, and it is the name of the force. But if all you're doing is going by the terms of lazy journalists, and not defense specialists, yes, IASF is not widely used.

                        The sputnik was launched in 1958, the Omid in 2009.

                        Maybe it was designed to stay in orbit for just 90 days, but even if it did it's still a piece of no good junk.
                        You have to start somewhere, Golani.

                        South Korea, with its much developed economy, industrial base and zero sanctions has struck out twice trying.

                        The next series of Iranian satellites will naturally be larger and more sophisticated.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by علامت پیروز View Post
                          Well, journalists don't when they're describing the conventional air force component. But when describing the rocket and missile component, "IASF" is the appropriate term, and it is the name of the force. But if all you're doing is going by the terms of lazy journalists, and not defense specialists, yes, IASF is not widely used.
                          Nobody here, from the dumbest of journalists to the top expert refers to them as Air&Space.

                          BUT if you want to be anal about it you should use IASB, like I mention- the face lift pegs them as a branch not a force.
                          You have to start somewhere, Golani.

                          South Korea, with its much developed economy, industrial base and zero sanctions has struck out twice trying.

                          The next series of Iranian satellites will naturally be larger and more sophisticated.
                          Seems kind of a waist to start 50 years ago.
                          When an Iranian company wants to start producing T.V it can start off immediately with LCDs instead of going through history all over again.
                          Building a satellite shouldn't be that far off, granted you won't get top line tech. (except from Pakistan or China) but there no reason to built a flying toy, especially for a nation who claims the have the world's best tank, the world's best ground-to-ground missile, the world's best submarine, etc. etc.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by علامت پیروز View Post
                            You have to start somewhere, Golani.
                            So Iran decides to start in 1958?

                            Is it any wonder that the world doesn't want Iran playing around with nukes. It's like giving one's 5 year old a box of matches and a gallon of gasoline and sending him out to play in the back yard.

                            The next series of Iranian satellites will naturally be larger and more sophisticated.
                            Wow...they may even last 180 days...
                            Later - Tater
                            "Why I have a greater affinity to Israel than to the Muslim world after 9/11: Watching a death-match fight on Animal Planet once, I found myself instinctively rooting for the mammal over the reptile."

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by علامت پیروز View Post
                              You're thinking of South Korea. They're 0-2, now.

                              Iran successfully propelled the Omid satellite into orbit in February of 2009. This despite all the sanctioning, plus the fact its a developing country.

                              Look for another satellite launch late 2010/early 2011, perhaps with a 4x engine first stage, Simorgh launcher.

                              But hey, this is supposed to be IASF's latest moment in the sun. So we'll leave it at that.
                              That is one of the chief tragedies of Iran. They have a long history of being a great power in the ancient world, yet today they have a 7th century theocracy attempting to emulate the communist rocket technology from the 1950s. Every time I meet an Iranian who managed to get away from you Revolutionary Guards or secret police types, I lament what might have been with your country had it not been for Khomeini and the creation of your murderous regime.
                              "I ask, Sir, what is the militia? It is the whole people. To disarm the people is the best and most effectual way to enslave them."
                              George Mason
                              Co-author of the Second Amendment
                              during Virginia’s Convention to Ratify the Constitution, 1788

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