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Spaceship seen at Gulistan-e-Johar Karachi

Spaceship seen at Gulistan-e-Johar Karachi for Qaim Ali Shah

کراچی میں کچھ دیر قبل بارش کے دوران نظر آنے والا اسپیس شپ کیمرے کی آنکھ نے قید کرلیا، لوگ دنگ رہ گئے ویڈیو دیکھیں

Initial research into the air crash that killed over 100 people in Islamabad on Friday, 20th April 2012 have found that the gasoline tanks of the aging Boeing 737 exploded in mid-air. However according to unverified reports, the pilot of the doomed air-liner informed air traffic controllers at Islamabad’s Benazir Bhutto air-port, that they were being buzzed by a triangular shaped Unidentified flying object, just moments before the disaster happened. Did a UFO collide with the Boeing 737? This is an unverified account guys, trying to find additional information on it, so treat with caution till more details transpires.

Spaceship seen at Gulistan-e-Johar Karachi

Badr-1 (Urdu: بدر-۱‎, meaning Full Moon-1) was the first artificial and the first digital communication satellite launched by Pakistan’s supreme national space authority – the SUPARCO – in 1990. The Badr-I was Pakistan’s first indigenously developed and manufactured digital communications and an experimental artificial satellite which was launched into low Earth orbit by Pakistan on 16 July 1990, through a Chinese rocket carrier. The launch ushered new military, technological, and scientific developments in Pakistan and also provided data on radio-signal distribution in the ionosphere.

Originally planned to be launched from the United States in 1986, the Challenger disaster furthered delayed the launch of the satellite which changed the plan. After the People’s Republic of China offered Pakistan to use its facility, the Badr-I was finally launched from XLSC in 1990 on Long March 2E (LM2E). Badr-I travelled at 61,500 miles per hour, taking 96.3 minutes to complete an orbit, and emitted radio signals at the 145 to 435 MHz bands which were operated by Pakistan Amateur Radio Society (PARS). The Badr-I successfully completed its designed life, and a new satellite was proposed to be developed.

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