Rod of God secret space weapon analysis: Precision-guided munition calculations show it’s possible to strike almost any target on Earth from orbit with 3-4 tons of TNT explosive equivalent

Sunday, August 23, 2015
By Paul Martin

by Mike Adams
Sunday, August 23, 2015

After publishing an article last week which explained that dissidents in China believe Tianjin was hit by a “Rod of God” secret space weapon from the Pentagon, I’ve looked more closely at the physics and telemetry control required to place such a weapon on target.

Some observers have come to the conclusion that the complexity of such a weapon system is too high for it to be a reality. They’ve cited several reasons for their skepticism, including the difficulty of overcoming orbital velocity, atmospheric re-entry problems, flight telemetry and so on. Some have also questioned whether the kinetic energy of such an object would be large enough to make any sort of meaningful impact on a ground-based target.

However, after analyzing the capabilities already found in today’s precision-guided munitions — such as Raytheon’s Excalibur guided artillery projectile, I’ve come to the conclusion that today’s weapons technology is more than sufficient to build and deploy a functioning “Rod of God” orbital kinetic weapon platform.

The following photo shows the Raytheon precision-guided artillery projectile striking a target within about 2 meters after being fired from 33km away:

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