China demands the U.S. side "fulfill its international obligations and avoids causing damage to security in outer space and of other countries!" #That's right, China claims that they are concerned with US satellite plans.
But after numerous Chinese gov. hack-ins & retrievals from US computers, they seem to have forgotten the “Chinese A-SAT Test Called “One of the Worst Ever” Debris Incidents” they negligently cast upon the community on Jan. 29, 2007!
View Video of massive ring of debris (caused by China's -A-SAT flex!)
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Video Caption:And the media obviously "over-looked" China's ring of harmful debris...
The FENGYUN 1C (pre-attack) orbit is shown in red. The Xichang Space Center location is also noted. The pieces of debris catalogued by NORAD and released to the public via Space Track are shown in green. The animation shows the spread of the resulting debris cloud for the first few orbits. Initial analysis shows pieces in the debris cloud ranging from below 200 km in altitude up to almost 4,000 km, posing a threat to many operational satellites, due to the polar orbit of the debris cloud. "STK-generated VDF courtesy of CSSI
which threatened trillions in Int'l cooperative Space equiptment, Scientific research (and probably the network satellite they are on) or they wouldn't have drawn the conclusion that:"America is trying to control the sky, water, and land!"
View this Old 2007 Media clip: (James doth interpret U.S. incorrectly.)
NOTE: Dr. "H" (Alexandria) has told of future satellite incidents; in the shifting magnetic field... US space officials exercise sincere regret,hold accountability.
Again...the China's reaction:
"China demands the U.S. side "fulfill its international obligations and avoids causing damage to security in outer space and of other countries!" #
"Orbital Litterbugs"MSNBC Cosmiclog, 2007 Feb 2
“China’s Space-Weapon Test Could Endanger Astronauts and Satellites”ABC News Technology & Science, 2007 Feb 1
“Space Junk”ABC News Blogs. 2007 Feb 1
“Chinese A-SAT Test Called “One of the Worst Ever” Debris Incidents”Space News Business Report, 2007 Jan 29
"A View to a Satellite Kill"MSNBC Cosmiclog, 2007 Jan 25