Cosmos 2089, a Soviet military surveillance satellite, was launched from the Plesetsk commodore aboard a Soyuz rocket on the 3rd of August 1990. It was launched into 62-degree, 117- by 198-mile orbit, and proceeded to pass over the Middle East once a day during its 59-day mission. Two small film capsules were recovered in flight, and the main reentry capsule with remaining film, camera, and computer systems at end of flight.
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