What has been reported by the mainstream press to have been a satellite collision in late January, which allegedly damaged a Russian satellite, never took place, according to a U.S. defense official. Major news outlets reported last week that the Russian BLITS satellite collided with a piece of orbital debris left after China conducted an anti-satellite test using its own defunct Feng Yun 1C satellite as a target in 2007. They quoted experts at the Center for Space Standards & ...
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