THE DECAY OF COSMOS 253 ROCKET OVER ENGLAND.
ROYAL AIRCRAFT ESTABLISHMENT FARNBOROUGH (ENGLAND)
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At 17 h 57 m U.T. on 20 November 1968, Cosmos 253 rocket 1968-102B re-entered the atmosphere over England after a week in orbit. The decay was widely observed, and the reports received have been analysed to determine the track and height. The track was from Manchester height 80 km to Canterbury height 45 km, with the final burnout area south-east of Dover. Author
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