International Space Station   Satellite

Dodges Debris from Russian

Debris from the

Soviet-era Cosmos 1408 satellite destroyed by Russia in Nov. 2021 forced the avoidance maneuver.

A piece of space junk

 from a Russian anti-satellite weapons test forced the ISS to maneuver to avoid the orbital debris on Thursday

Russia used a cargo ship

docked at the ISS to move the orbiting lab clear of a piece of space debris from the Russian satellite Cosmos 1408

Progress 81 cargo ship

 fired its thrusters to move the massive space station away from the trajectory of the fragment of Cosmos-1408 

Cosmos 1408 was a Soviet 

Electronic and Signals Intelligence focused Tselina-D satellite launched in 1982 from Russia's Plesetsk Cosmodrome

In Nov 2021, the satellite was 

intentionally destroyed in an anti-satellite missile test that created an estimated 1,500 pieces of orbital debris.

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