A Russian rocket was what surprised Saltillo and not a meteorite

“The second stage Soyuz-2-1V that put Kosmos-2543 into orbit has re-entered Coahuila, Mexico at 0702 UTC northbound over west Texas, ”the Harvard expert on space activities tweeted.

The remains of the rocket, which were appreciated, entered the atmosphere and began to disintegrate, fell in the Bosque de la Gloria, a part of the mountains near the Ojo del Saucillo community, in Castaños, Coahuila.

The rocket Soyuz-2-1V took off on November 25, 2019, it was launched by Russia with the intention of moving the Kosmos 2542 and Kosmos 254 satellites into space.


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