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Russian Satellite Earth Crashing News: Russian Military Satellite Crashing Towards Earth Within Weeks Warn Expert

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Highlights

  • A Russian spy military satellite may hit Earth in the coming weeks
  • Russia had recently termed this satellite launch as ‘successful’ but it is not.
  • Russia on Monday sent the satellite with the help of giant space rocket Angara A-5.

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A Russian spy military satellite could hit Earth in the coming weeks. Russia had recently termed this satellite launch as ‘successful’. At the same time, experts have warned that there has been a disturbance in this satellite. Russia on Monday sent a spy satellite into space with the help of its new generation giant space rocket Angara A-5. It is being told that the weight of this military satellite is about 20 tons.

Independent experts say that this spy satellite and its booster rocket could hit the Earth in the coming few weeks. Russia’s Angara A-5 rocket is vital for sending its spy satellites, weapons and satellites needed for navigation into space. Not only this, with the help of this heavy rocket, Russia is dreaming of sending its moon mission.
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Russian satellite still in low orbit
Experts say that this satellite was launched successfully but the booster Persei on the upper stage of the rocket failed during the flight. For this reason, the Russian satellite could not reach its correct orbit. Experts said that this uncontrolled satellite and the booster fitted in it are about 20 tons and may hit the Earth in the coming few weeks. The High Command of the Russian Army has not given any statement on this claim of experts.

According to Russian media, Persei was supposed to start five engines during his test mission, but the second engine malfunctioned. As a result, this Russian satellite is still in low orbit and it can remain there for several weeks before falling to Earth. This satellite was to reach an altitude of 22,236 miles above sea level. Experts say that this is the first major accident for the Russian space agency in the last three years.

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