Soviet military reconnaissance satellites of the series “Tselina-D” (“Kosmos-1378” and “Space-1825”) in the next few days would be destroyed in the Earth’s atmosphere, according to the website Satflare.com using the data Command aerospace defense of North America.
According to them, the destruction as a result of entering into the dense layers of earth’s atmosphere the satellite “Kosmos-1378” will begin on may 11. The spacecraft “Kosmos-1825” will start to disintegrate after about a day.
Detailed satellite electronic reconnaissance “Kosmos-1378” launched June 10, 1982, and “Kosmos-1825” in March 1987. Both start carried the rocket “Cyclone-3” from the Plesetsk cosmodrome. The development and production of satellites was engaged in the Ukrainian design Bureau “southern” and the plant “Pivdenmash”.
In December 2017, Soviet military reconnaissance satellite “Kosmos-1346”, also referring to a series of “Tselina-D”, was destroyed in the skies over Chile, and its fragments, likely drowned in the Pacific ocean.
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