Failed Russian Satellite Could Fall Back to Earth! Here’s the Estimated Re-Entry Date—What Happened to Angara A5 !– OnMyWay Mobile App User News


A failed Russian satellite test is expected to bring debris from the recent Angara A5 launch back to Earth this January.

Russia’s Soyuz MS-06 spacecraft carrying the members of the International Space Station (ISS) expedition 53/54, US astronauts Joseph Akaba and Mark Vande Hei and Russia’s cosmonaut Alexander Misurkin, blast off from the launch pad to the International Space Station (ISS) early on September 13, 2017.

Experts believe that some of the small fragments of a military sat and the rocket stage could make an uncontrolled re-entry down the planet around this week.

The latest Angara A5 carrier rocket was launched on December 27, 2021. Russia conducted this space activity from the Plesetsk spaceport.

The next-generation rocket of Russia was carrying a dummy payload when it received its third and final development flight. The Russian government said that it expected that this space flight would help it deliver military payloads.

Aside from this, the Russian Federation is also relying on the advanced Angara A5 rocket to compete for commercial satellite launch contracts. However, it was a failed one.

Failed Russian Satellite to Make a Re-Entry

According to Texas News Today’s latest report, the debris from the recent Angara A5 test launch is expected to fall back to Earth on Thursday, Jan. 6.

Russia’s Soyuz MS-13 spacecraft carrying the members of the International Space Station (ISS) expedition 60/61, NASA astronaut Andrew Morgan, Russian cosmonaut Alexander Skvortsov and Italian astronaut Luca Parmitano of ESA (European Space Agency), blasts off to the ISS from the launch pad at the Russian-leased Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on July 20, 2019.



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