The device separated from the Russian secret satellite and entered a parallel orbit

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An object separated from the Russian military satellite Kosmos-2574 and descended into orbit 10 km lower. According to Western experts, this indicates the satellite’s ability to carry certain weapons capable of hitting objects in near space.

Thus, the “partners” indicate the likelihood of the existence and functioning of Russian military programs that provide for the transfer of military operations into outer space.



The device separated from the Russian secret satellite and entered a parallel orbit

The Cosmos-2574 satellite was launched at the end of December last year from the Soyuz-2.1v launch vehicle, which launched from the Plesetsk cosmodrome in the Arkhangelsk region. In February 2024, the Russian defense department announced the launch of Cosmos-2575.

According to the American publication ArsTechnica, the mission of Cosmos-2575 will be similar to that of the previous device. The fact is that the satellite was launched at the same time of day and to the same orbital altitude as Cosmos-2574. Experts believe that during one of the launches the Russian side tested a projectile that could be used as an anti-satellite munition.

Earlier it became known that the Russian Federation has “inspector satellites” that can approach Western spacecraft, monitor them and, if necessary, disable them.
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  1. +1
    26 February 2024 13: 31
    Well, really, the sinking of ships and the shooting down of planes while targeting NATO satellites led to at least some movement.
    1. -1
      27 February 2024 15: 59
      Did you expect something different? What kind of movement is there? There was not even any “concern” shown, especially blah-blah-blah about “red lines”.
  2. +2
    26 February 2024 14: 16
    He entered Starlink orbit and pretended to be trash, a bucket of bolts and paint.
  3. -2
    26 February 2024 16: 11
    Eh.... 10 km lower - there was already something similar... in fact, nothing like that, ordinary "experiments"
  4. +5
    26 February 2024 16: 12
    Isn’t it better to assemble a tug satellite and, at the right time, grab the “partners” satellites, pull them out of their orbits and tumble them over to lose orientation? And there let them wander and fall. Or pull them into the orbits of their own satellites, let them “meet” there.
    1. +9
      26 February 2024 17: 24
      Why cling? It’s better to grab hold of it, detect the communicator signal, decipher and hack, and use the satellite itself for your own purposes, saving resources, isn’t it possible to do that? assemble such a small parasitic satellite and call it “TICKER”
      1. 0
        27 February 2024 08: 57
        Unfortunately, the game can be played by two people.
      2. 0
        27 February 2024 18: 23
        Quote: Zeroded
        Better cling on

        And suck energy, in the best traditions of Star Wars. )))
        And then fly on this energy...
  5. +10
    26 February 2024 18: 12
    it became known that the Russian Federation has “inspector satellites” that can approach Western spacecraft, monitor them and, if necessary, disable them

    They will dismantle NATO satellites for radio parts. Because we are running out of washing machines. laughing
  6. -1
    26 February 2024 22: 24
    It’s high time to move combat operations into space! Russia is doing everything right. Let us be pioneers of the arms race in space! And then others will pick up!
  7. 0
    27 February 2024 07: 47
    Earlier it became known that the Russian Federation has “inspector satellites” that can approach Western spacecraft, monitor them and, if necessary, disable them.

    It remains to find out what algorithm is used to select Western spacecraft for inspection.
  8. +3
    27 February 2024 09: 16
    An object separated from the Russian military satellite Kosmos-2574 and descended into orbit 10 km lower. According to Western experts, this indicates the satellite’s ability to carry certain weapons capable of hitting objects in near space.

    And what? You might think that the Boeing X-37B, dangling in orbit for two years, is needed solely to supply grain to Africa. laughing
    1. 0
      2 March 2024 01: 14
      Nicely spotted!
  9. 0
    27 February 2024 11: 35
    This is to see better))
  10. +1
    27 February 2024 15: 45
    I do not understand anything; then Russia has nothing but manure, then they can even destroy the satellites of their adversaries.
    We need to decide somehow, gentlemen, already.
  11. 0
    27 February 2024 17: 08
    So what is it really? Some of our opponents write their own versions, but we have to believe them?
  12. 0
    27 February 2024 21: 43
    Robot arm with a net for catching American satellites
  13. 0
    1 March 2024 08: 20
    This satellite pooped
  14. 0
    1 March 2024 13: 04
    This is a robot with a net to catch American satellites
  15. 0
    2 March 2024 10: 22
    To destroy satellites, it is necessary to use a system that does not turn the satellite into a splash of fragments, but makes neat holes in the satellite. The best option: a rocket that takes off vertically and sprays a cloud of sand in front of a satellite flying at a speed of more than 8 km/sec. The satellite passes through this cloud and flies further in the form of a colander, and the rocket and sand settle vertically into the atmosphere. Half an hour and everything is clear. The method against Musk’s satellites is especially good - one rocket and a bunch of satellites are taken out of service. And you can launch missiles from the MiG-31. Rockets can be made from existing air-to-air missiles. Control and direct the missile from the ground, and the plane acts as a launcher.