Test prop cruise dose

It was originally believed that the Mars 96 assembly burnt up in the atmosphere and the debris fell into the Pacific Ocean . [2] However, in March 1997, the US Space Command admitted that it had miscalculated the satellite's path of re-entry. "We were aware of a number of eyewitness accounts of the re-entry event via the media several weeks after the re-entry occurred," wrote Major Stephen Boylan, Chief of the Media Division at the US Space Command in Colorado Springs . "Upon further analysis, we believe it is reasonable that the impact was in fact on land." [1]

Test prop cruise dose

test prop cruise dose


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