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The Soviet surveillance satellite "Celina-D" vanished from the radar over the region of South America and, apparently, fell into the Pacific Ocean. This is prove by the information of the Command of the Air and Space Defense of North America, displayed on the site Satflare.com. 




The military satellite stopped to be followed on December 17 at 19:39 Moscow time. This should imply that the airplane at long last slipped from circle and crumbled into the Pacific Ocean. 




The vanishing of "Celina-D" from the radar was additionally featured by a researcher from the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. Jonathan McDowell composed on his Twitter account that the last time the area of the surveillance satellite was recorded on his way from Antarctica. 

"Celina-D" ("Kosmos-1346") was composed by the Ukrainian Design Bureau "Yuzhnoye" them. MK Yangel and propelled on March 31, 1982 from the cosmodrome Plesetsk. 

Masters from the Command of the Air and Space Defense of North America have over and over provided details regarding the conceivable fall of "Celina-D". As indicated by the tests of American researchers, sections of the surveillance satellite that did not consume in the thick layers of the environment could achieve the world's surface on November 4 and 25, 2017.

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