Is it Russian Satellite Destruction?

Astronomy Science ~ Among the many things that is seen when looking at the stars, we often see some of the satellite and are often mistaken...

Astronomy Science ~ Among the many things that is seen when looking at the stars, we often see some of the satellite and are often mistakenly identified as a UFO. Intelligent UFO researchers know what a website or mobile applications that use satellites to figure out what might be passing in the sky observation location. But the latest Russian satellite was recently launched and doing some maneuvers in the sky. Some people may speculate this object is a satellite Destruction.

Satellite known as 2014-28E launched on 23 May 2014. The cargo rocket carrying several satellites, mostly military communication satellites. In fact, 2014-28E originally considered space junk. The satellite then starts moving.

The Washington Post wrote, "professional and amateur astronomers have been tracking the movement of this object carefully".

2014-28E first began to maneuver against another Russian space objects, then sailed to the remnants of the rocket that took him into space. Russia does not claim that they had sent a satellite into orbit and the satellite much speculation circulating about what exactly this.

Space security expert Patricia Lewis told The Washington Post, "I do not know what the object of that!"

Lewis also interviewed about this satellite by The Financial Times. "Whatever it is, [Object 2014-28E] looks like an experimental object," said Lewis. This could have a number of functions, most functions in the areas of civil and some serve in the military field. Maybe a satellite that can fire a satellite into other kinetic grains, may also be able to carry out cyber attacks or may interfere with other satellites.

Russia does have an anti-satellite weapons program, but it was closed at the end of the cold war. It was called Istrebitel Sputnikov (IS), the Russian satellite Destruction. However, Russian military officials have said that they will revive the program if relations with the West deteriorated. And this time it would have been sour relationship. In 2010, the Russian Space forces commander Oleg Ostapenko said they began again to develop satellite "spy" and "attacker".

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AstroNation: Is it Russian Satellite Destruction?
Is it Russian Satellite Destruction?
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