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Altra spazzatura spaziale....
« il: Mer 21/02/2007, 21:48 »
La rottura di uno stadio Briz-M, inserito in un'orbita errata lo scorso anno, ha causato il rilascio di un numero di detriti ancora maggiore, pare, di quello provocato dal test cinese di qualche settimana fa.

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On February 19th, late-night sky watchers across Australia witnessed a bright explosion followed by a debris cloud that hung in the sky for nearly an hour.  At first a mystery, the source of the blast is now understood.  It was a Russian Briz-M rocket booster misplaced in orbit last year by the failed launch of an Arabsat communications satellite.  The fuel tanks of the Briz-M ruptured on Feb. 19th, producing a vivid naked-eye display and more than 1000 pieces of debris.  Experts are calling this a "major breakup event," comparable to or even worse than last month's Chinese anti-sat test.

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