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Progress M-27M Collapse
9.05.2015 16:26
Progress M-27M Collapse

Experts have named the place of de-orbiting and re-entry of the transport spacecraft “Progress M-27M” into dense atmosphere layers. This is reported by TASS quoting a source in the space and rocket industry in Russia.

      “The ship “Progress” fell down 900 kilometers to the west of the Marquesas Islands in the central Pacific Ocean at 05:04 MSK” - he said. Earlier the Federal Space Agency reported that the truck ceased to exist “at the 160th turn above the central part of the Pacific Ocean”. The damage from the loss of the ship is estimated at five billion roubles. Most likely, it will be recognized as space debris.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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