Space Debris & Re-Entry News
A Long March 2D rocket stage re-entered the atmosphere on January 23, 2017 after only 26 days in orbit following the launch of two Gaojing Earth Observation Satellites, inaugurating the SuperView-1 imaging constellation.
A discarded Ariane 5 Sylda payload adapter placed into orbit in 2007 re-entered the atmosphere on January 7, 2017 after a nine-and-a-half-year drop from a highly elliptical Geostationary Transfer Orbit, having helped put a pair of communications satellites into orbit.
Re-Entry / Space Debris Archives
Molniya Rocket Stage Re-Enters over the U.S.
Re-Entry of Soyuz 2-1A Third Stage
Long March 4B Rocket Re-Enters over America
Re-Entry of Falcon 9 Second Stage