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MOSCOW, November 10 (Itar-Tass) - Russia’s space defence forces are following the de-orbiting of the European GOCE spacecraft, Russian defence ministry’s spokesman Dmitry Zenin said on Sunday.
According to Zenin, data analysis says that fragments of the spacecraft are to fall into the Earth at 02:13 a.m. Moscow time on November 11, 2013 outside the Russian territory, somewhere in the Pacific. The exact time and place may change because of external factors. Specialists are following the spacecraft’s descend and analyzing its condition.