Russia reconnect with lost satellite
Apr 23, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: St Petersburg News
St Petersburg News.Net Saturday 23rd April, 2011 /enpproperty--> MOSCOW - The Russian Space Forces has re-established contact with a military satellite, Geo-IK-2, which went missing in February, local media reported Friday.
This is interesting. I wonder if they can re-direct it now, and if it was part of their glonass system.
Since: Jan 10
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I guess they will have to use it for practice shooting.
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