The Balloon Satellites Of NASA

Techniques that substitute satellites – Real Satellites Of NASA

Techniques that substitute satellites – Real Satellites Of NASA

This video is about balloons that are launched all over the world. these balloons carry equipment. This is one of the ways NASA makes the illusion that satellites in outer space exist.
Other techniques that are being used to substitute satellites are:

1. GPS uses Cel-tower triangulation not Satellites
2 Undersea Cables
3. High Altitude Airships (HAA)
4. High Altitude Platforms (HAP)
5. Lighter-than-air vehicles (LAV)
6. High Altitude Long Endurance (HALE)
7. High Altitude Long Operation (HALO)
8. StratSat
9. Airborne Relay Communication (ARC)
10. HeliPlat which connects to the HeliNet System
11. High Altitude Shuttle System (HASS)
12. Small Balloon Systems (SBS)
13. Nano Balloon Systems (NBS)
14. Google Loon System
15. Stratospheric Platform Systems (SPS)
16. High Altitude Long Endurance Demonstrator (HALE-D)

3 thoughts on “The Balloon Satellites Of NASA

  1. Bob August 8, 2016 at 11:15 pm Reply

    I’ve just been to the wilds of Wales, where a mobile (“cell”) phone signal is a wild dream! And yet GPS location works perfectly! How does this work in a satellite-free world?

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    • yarrumgreenx May 16, 2017 at 6:22 am Reply

      If it is true that you can get GPS and not mobile signal in Wales and you are not just mistaken or making it up, is it possible that GPS works off of more than one type of terrestrial network? For example I have seen very high ground antennas as well as radio antennas on top of mountains the purposes of which cannot be fully understood by reading the warning signs.
      There are other questions also like, if GPS is global as we are told, why can it not track airliners over the oceans, and why do they apparently need to fly over ground- based radio beacons?

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  2. NKOTB August 9, 2016 at 10:40 pm Reply

    Day after day; no comments (OK 1, or 2 here and there).

    Where has your viewership gone?

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