Military Satellite Launched in Russia
Moscow, June 30 (KCNA) -- Russia launched a "Cosmos"-lining military satellite on June 27 to successfully put it on the expected orbit, according to a spokesman for the Space Armed Forces of Russia.
The satellite was launched by carrier rocket "Soyuz-u" at the Pulesetsk satellite launching ground. It is controlled by means of the ground automatic complex.
The satellite launching is reportedly aimed to increase the number of military space mechanisms of Russia.
Uhhh...Space Armed Forces of Russia? What is with these ridiculous, made-up-by-a-6-year-old names? And armed forces? Ours is Aeronautical and Space Engineering...theirs are Military Space Mechanisms? Putin is a dickless ass...creepy little rat-faced freak. What exactly is a military sattelite? That's a weapon or some sort of way to disarm our early warning systems...and Obama's on ANOTHER vacation.
For an anti-Christ, Putin and Obama are about as bright as midnight fog, proving yet again what I've always said: when evil enters, IQ exits and whistles for its constant companion sanity. Now THAT's a smack down!