Questions on the Speed of Satellites
In a previous Post I had an article of general questions you can ask concerning satellites. This one is focus on the fuel and the speed that satellites supposedly go. This is all done in order to get globe earth believers to re-think what they were told.
Before we go into the speed of the satellites, let’s discuss the ‘atmosphere’. We are told that there is no oxygen in space and that it’s a vacuum. This, we can tell our globe earth friend that it can’t be a vacuum as a vacuum cannot exist in an open system where it makes contact with space that contains no vacuum. After they understand that, then proceed with: there has to be some ether in space made up of some kind of gas otherwise it would not be able to fly. You can’t fly in a vacuum anyhow.
From what we are told satellites generate electricity from the solar panels that are used to operate it.
Why use solar panels at all when you have to constantly use the fuel to propel the craft through space? Fuel produces much more energy than what solar panels do and this energy can produce the electricity that is needed for the satellites to perform other operations.
“Gravity” creates speed
Now, I have to talk about ‘gravity that gives the speed’ before I can go on. We are told that gravity, the attraction of planets, gives the satellite much of the speed that it is required, and the fuel is just used to do different manoeuvres. OK, let’s think this through.
The satellite is given the ‘sling shot effect’ when it’s thrown from earth to get its start. Then, as it gets closer to another planet, ‘we are told’ that the planet attracts it. OK, if a planet attracts the satellite, and it’s pulling it along at 25,000mph, there are several problems to this. I’ll just answer one here while the answers are listed later in this article. If the gravity is of such great force to propel the craft at 25,000mph, why doesn’t it continue to bring the craft crashing to the planet’s surface? IF, the rocket fuel that is on the satellite kicks in, how can it generate the HUGE amount of thrust to repel the satellite from crashing into the planet? What about the stress on the metal? Where are the huge engines that produces all the thrust that is required? I don’t see any. What about the huge amount of fuel that is require? I don’t see any. What about the huge amount of exhaust of some kind that must be produced? I don’t see that, either.
So, ‘gravity’ is not the answer.
Speed of satellites
If satellites out in deep space travels 25,000 – 30,000 miles per hour, it requires the constant use of fuel. There are three main factors that increase fuel consumption, they are:
- weight of the craft
- speed of the craft
- duration of the flight
The more the satellite weighs the more fuel it uses. The faster the satellite travels the more fuel it uses. Finally, the length of time the satellite travels the more fuel it uses. So, a huge amount of fuel has to be used?
With fuel (which we are told are two kinds that ignites on contact) where is it stored? Where is the exhaust?
Since the satellites are using fuel and can go at fantastic speeds, where is the engine(s)? It’s got to have a massive rocket thrusters.
Since there is no oxygen in space, how can fuel burn? You need something to come out of the exhaust to give it the ‘push’ so to speak. (All airplane and rockets ‘push off’ the atmosphere. With planes it’s the air pressure differential, from the top of the wing and the bottom, that gives it its ‘lift.’)
If the satellite carries its own oxygen, where is it stored? Where is the massive tank that is required to carry it? (Contrary to what the ‘senior engineer’ said at the European Space Agency, “that two fuels are used that ignite when mixed,” what are names of the two fuels? How does the fuel do this exactly?
Since there has to be some kind of gases that is in space, what are they? Astronomers can’t say on one had that space is a vacuum, yet physicists tell us that you can manoeuvre in a vacuum, someone is lying. So, since “we do travel in space, lol,” what are the gasses that comprise it? So, how does a frail satellite with all the thin rods, arms and solar panels not break off with “wind speed” of 25,000 and 30,000 miles per hour? How is it that the whole satellite doesn’t’ melt down completely with all the friction it produces? After all, we are told that the heat shield of the space capsule is required when it enters the atmosphere, and this speed is only 17,000mph. Well, a satellite travelling in deep space goes even faster. How is it that it doesn’t blow in pieces AND melt?
Hopefully, with these statements and questions, your globe believing friend or acquaintance will see through the lies that space agencies around the world have been telling them.