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+ - 'Zombie' Satellite Returns to Life->

Submitted by realperseus
realperseus (594176) writes "The American telecommunication satellite, Galaxy 15, has been brought under control after spending most of the year traversing the sky, wreaking havoc upon its neighbors. The satellite is currently at 98.5 west (from 133 west). An emergency patch was successfully uploaded, ensuring that the conditions which caused it to "go rogue" will not occur again. Once diagnosis and testing have been completed, Intelsat plans to move the satellite back to 133 west.""
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'Zombie' Satellite Returns to Life

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