A Russian satellite was hit by a micrometeorite. A few days later a fireball was spotted over Guam at night. And today another fireball was spotted above Saskatoon. On December 18, 2019 a the Russian weather observation satellite Meteor-M N2-2 was hit by a micrometeorite. The news surfaced on December 24 but the the event was reported on December 18. After the satellite was hit it lost control and changed its orbit. Then it started to rotate and there’s no further report about its fate. Meteor-M N2-2 is a polar-orbit weather satellite used to properly obtain information for weather forecasts and control over the ozoneRead More →

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