The Gravity Field and Steady-State Ocean Circulation Explorer (GOCE), the European Space Agency’s 1.2-ton GOCE gravity-mapping satellite which was launched in 2009 plunged uncontrollably through the atmospheric re-entry on Sunday 11/10/2013 over the South Atlantic Ocean. The satellite mission was to trace Earth’s gravitational field. In 2011, the satellite recorded the infrasound waves generated by Japan’s earthquake and tsunami, thus making the GOCE the first seismometer in the orbit . The $450 million satellite’s design was produced by a French-Italian venture, the Thales Alenia Space (Boyle, 2013). Does the GOCE and previous satellite plunges, such as the 2012 fall of the 14-tone Russia’s Phobos-Grunt probe the precedence to the Ed Dame cataclysm solar-flare “killshot” remote view predictions?
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