Friday, January 13, 2012

Sunday, the Russian space shuttle Phobos Grunt Falling to Earth

. Friday, January 13, 2012


Russian space shuttle, Phobos Grunt, is expected to fall to earth. Russia's satellite will likely be landing in the ocean.

Space shuttle which was launched at the end of 2011 failed to land on a mission to Mars. Scientists are monitoring the orbit of the Space shuttle can not be sure where the satellite will fall. However, a number of major cities like London and New York included in the potential region where the satellite debris falling.
Phobos-Grunt is the largest Space shuttle ever made by the Russian Space Agency, Roscosmos. The mission of this aircraft is landed on Mars and take some samples from the planet. China also participated in this mission to entrust container containing the bacteria. China wants to test their survival in space.

The spacecraft Phobos-Ground cost an estimated U.S. $ 170 million whose mission is to explore Phobos, one of Mars's moon, which stranded as they orbit Earth after launch, 9 November. It is estimated that the aircraft would be crashed on Earth in mid-January. Technicians at the Russian space agency and the European Space Agency also failed to return the spacecraft on track should be to Mars, and it is estimated it will fall back to Earth on 15 January.

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