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Secret shuttle launch mission today. But the media wont give details

Discussion in 'U.S. Politics' started by steveox, Dec 11, 2012.

  1. steveox

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    Mini shuttle to launch on secret mission today

    A small spacecraft is scheduled to launch on a secret mission from the Kennedy Space Center on Tuesday.
    The unmanned mini shuttle will lift off on an Atlas Five rocket.
    The launch period opens up at 1:03 p.m. and remains open until 6 p.m. Weather could affect the craft's launch, however.
    The launch will be the first re-flight of the experimental X-37B spacecraft.
    The Air Force has not released any information on the spacecraft's post-launch

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/5015839...l/t/mini-shuttle-launch-secret-mission-today/

    Remember 17 years ago when Bush was president there was a secret Military spy satelite and the Bush Admin told the press nlot to print the details and a member of the washington post did it anyway. See whatever a republican president ask the media not to print something they do it anyway but when theres a democrat president the media will grant his request. Cant find the link,, There was a secret spy satelite that listens to phone conversations. George H W Bush wanted technology to listen phone conversations from terror leaders and enemy generals around the world.But the Washington Post wouldnt keep that a secret.
     
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