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September 12th, 2014
US Strategic Command Confirms Fall of Russian Military Satellite

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Russian reconnaissance satellite Kosmos-2495 reentered the atmosphere and crashed last week, a spokesman for the US Strategic Command told RIA Novosti on Friday. “US Strategic Command’s Joint Functional Component Command for Space [JFCC Space] through the Joint Space Operations Center [JSpOC] assesses with high confidence that Kosmos-2495 reentered the atmosphere and was removed from the US satellite catalog as a decayed object on September 3,” the spokesman said. Read more from RIA Novosti

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