proxyThe Soviet “Istanbul Sputnikov” anti-satellite program hasn’t gained much attention since the Cold War, after which it was thought to be retired. But a new, mysterious spacecraft has reignited rumors about the so-called “satellite killer.” The Washington Post explains that it was widely believed the collapse of the Soviet empire had grounded the killer. But this past May, the Russian “Roar” rocket was launched into space and deployed a satellite, Object 2014-28E, that remains a mystery to scientists across the globe. More