Space Debris & Re-Entry News
The BEVO 2 CubeSat from Texas A&M re-entered the atmosphere in June 2017 after close to a year and a half years in orbit following deployment from the AggieSat4 micro satellite which itself was deployed from the International Space Station in January 2016.
The re-entry of the upper stage of China’s Long March 7 rocket that recently launched the country’s first orbital logistics mission was captured by dozens of observers in the Uzbek Capital of Tashkent.
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