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Does this pose a threat to Earth?

Asked 2019-01-14 13:21:37 by Charvi Kapoor

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No. If the spacecraft doesn't respond back, it will continue to orbit adding to the junk in space. If it, by any chance, it is deorbited, it will burn up in Earth's atmosphere.

Are there any other telescopes like this?

Asked 2019-01-14 13:21:37 by Aadhya Jindal

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Yes, but not from Russia. Just recently, Canada's Chime detected 13 new fast radio bursts from unknown, distant sources in the galaxy.

Can this pose a threat to Earth?

Asked 2019-01-14 13:21:37 by Vivaan Banerjee

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No. Losing communication won't mean that it poses a threat to Earth.

What will be the function of the upcoming Spektr-RG?

Asked 2019-01-14 13:21:37 by Reyansh Saxena

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The upcoming telescope is expected to continue the work of Spektr-R with added capabilities to conduct a 4-year X-ray survey and detect new galaxy clusters and more.

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