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Цитата18 SPCS@18SPCS#18SPCS has confirmed the breakup of YUNHAI 1-02 (#44547, 2019-063A), which occurred on March 18, 2021, at 0741 UTC. Tracking 21 associated pieces - analysis is ongoing. #spaceflightsafety #spacedebris@spacetrackorg
Цитата: undefinedJonathan McDowell @planet4589Replying to @planet4589YH1-02 made its last orbit adjustment in early Feb.
Цитата18 SPCS @18SPCS#18SPCS has confirmed the breakup of YUNHAI 1-02 (#44547, 2019-063A), which occurred on March 18, 2021, at 0741 UTC. Tracking 21 associated pieces - analysis is ongoing. #spaceflightsafety #spacedebris @spacetrackorg
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ЦитатаAang254 @aang254@18SPCS @SpaceTrackOrg @TSKelso @coastal8049 honestly, it seems like there is something wrong with Yunhai-1 02's breakup. It is clearly operational and transmitting payload data.2:26 PM · Apr 17, 2021·Twitter Web App
ЦитатаScott Tilley @coastal8049A plot of the STRF frequency and intensity data for YUNHAI 1-02 this evening.
Цитата: undefinedCHINESE MILITARY SATELLITE DAMAGED BY SOVIET ROCKET IS THE 'FIRST MAJOR ORBITAL COLLISION IN A DECADE'China's military satellite Yunhai 1-02 was mysteriously damaged on 18 March 2021, but scientists now know the cause of the issue was a piece of space debris.The US Space Force's 18th Space Control Squadron (18SPCS) said that analysis was "ongoing" on the 21 associated pieces that were broken off the satellite, which originally launched in September 2019. It was speculated that part of the craft could have exploded, but it is now known it came from the Zenit-2 rocket
Цитата brianweeden @brianweedenNASA says the @18SPCS has determined that the breakup of a Chinese weather satellite last March was caused by collision with a piece of #spacedebris https://buff.ly/347FqII
Цитата Scott Tilley @coastal8049 Despite the break-up YUNHAI 1-02 continues to emit encrypted data on L-band. It's optical behaviour changed from a 3 second period to a steady characteristic.