Part III — Cosmos 1408 Breakup Observations One Month Later

Estimated mass for large Cosmos 1408 fragments
Image credit: https://www.russianspaceweb.com/tselina.html

The statistical probability of collision for satellites with mission-terminating debris in the 300–800km altitude range has likely doubled due to this event, and will remain high for many years.

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