Chinese-Brazilian satellite fails to ...

Chinese-Brazilian satellite fails to enter orbit

There are 3 comments on the Seattle Times story from Dec 9, 2013, titled Chinese-Brazilian satellite fails to enter orbit. In it, Seattle Times reports that:

A satellite jointly developed by China and Brazil failed to enter orbit after the rocket carrying it malfunctioned after launch on Monday, state media reported.

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Surrey, Canada

#1 Dec 10, 2013
"... launched aboard a Chinese Long March 4B rocket in northern Shanxi province, the official Xinhua News Agency said."

The "Long March" rocket is junk backed by propaganda fakery, just like the CCP's "Long March" itself!
It is so Amazing

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

#2 Dec 10, 2013
And Mirotard is so very happy!

Space launches are risky businesses and everybody knows about that and what is so surprising about a setback.

FAKERY.. JUNK. Hahahahaha

When are you going to see the late Chairman Mao in person... Hahahahahah

Since: Oct 08

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#3 Dec 10, 2013
I guess CCP propaganda didn't help.

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