G'Day, I am a new member and keen to exhibit my latest Salvage of the HN-3 Missile fired by China in 2007 that knocked the worlds first Satellite down from space. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2007_Chine ... ssile_testhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hongniao_(missile
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The skinny on the Above is Here ;
Chinese Anti-Satellite Missile
In January 2007, China launched a missile that destroyed a satellite in space orbiting 850 kilometers above the Earth. It was the first demonstration of an anti-satellite missile by any country in more than 20 years. The missile was a medium-range, ground-launched, solid-fuel KTI missile, which is 13.6 meters long and weighs 19 tons and is based on a Dongfeng-21, an intercontinental missile with a range of 1,800 kilometers) launched from or near China’s Xichang Space Center in Sichuan Province.
The target was the Chinese Feng Yun IV polar orbiting weather satellite, which was launched in 1999 and was orbiting at an altitude of 850 kilometers at a speed of 24,000 kph. It was destroyed from the sheer impact of missile rather than an exploding warhead. Striking an a satellite targeting at 24,000 kph with a missile that reached speeds of 76,000 kph takes great accuracy.
The Web documents loads of Press re the worlds first event , some believable some like a lot of news far fetched.
Note the Facts you can see for your Self in my pictures ;
Missile did not explode ; missile did " Implode " jagged edges of the wreckage are All turned Inwards.
Small Black space dust Impact particles can be clearly seen on the small piece of metal in my pictures.
Most Re entry blackening worn off from Four Years submersion in the Pacific Ocean wave action sands and small pebbles.
I am seeking a buyer for the 130cm 4KG strut with Russian HN-3 markings $15,000.00
The 100KG section with Electronics and Generator in GC ........I will listen to $ offers for .
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