Kosmos 1151 / Okean-E is one of a series of Soviet and then Russian-Ukrainian of polar orbiting oceanography satellites. The first satellite in the series was launched in 1980. Kosmos 1151, along with Kosmos 1076, were early Okean-E series prototypes, launched on the 23rd January 1980 and 12th February 1979 respectively. The Kosmos 1151 mission ended on the 13th October 1981.
It is believed that the satellite will burn up during re-entry into the atmosphere but, but some metallic elements could reach the Earth. The exact re-entry location cannot yet b specified.
Cosmos 1151 was a Soviet test satellite launched on the 23rd January 1980 from the Plesetsk cosmodrome aboard a Tsyklon 3 rocketSource
Cosmos 1151 was a Soviet test satellite launched on the 23rd January 1980 from the Plesetsk cosmodrome aboard a Tsyklon 3 rocket
Kosmos 1151 is expected to re-enter the Earths atmosphere on the 10th August 2014 @ 10:42 UT ±84 hours.
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