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Russia Deorbits Satellite Despite Salvage Plea
March 27, 2012
Controllers deorbited a stranded Russian-owned communications satellite March 25, after Russian officials rejected a request to keep it operating from a startup company created to salvage the Astrium-built spacecraft for service to scientists in Antarctica. The Express-AM4 satellite crashed into the...
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