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Some interesting as well as mysterious metal parts with Russian text have emerged from sea in the Salmon Bay, in Finnmark, in the extreme northeastern part of Norway, on Jun. 3.
According to the Norwegian TV2 website, the official explanation is that the wreck part belongs to the second stage of a rocket called Kosmos2486. The rocket was launched on Jun. 7 from Tlesetsk in Russia barely four days before the mysterious debris appeared on the surface of the sea.
The previous Persona was encapsulated in a 14С738 fairing, whereas all Fregat launches have been 81КС. The question is, are they the same; different designation for the same thing, or is one for Fregat and does not include the transfer compartment?
Originally posted by JustMike
In fact, there's not much of great relevance in the whole first page of results. You have to go to page 2 before you find anything.
Originally posted by pikestaff
That number 1 is the way Germans write the number, perhaps other nations do as well, just a thought, perhaps its something to do with the old, now defunct East Germany?
Originally posted by heineken
it looks russian