Experts warned Soviet space that Venus came on the way to hit the Earth later this year.
The 500-kilogram spacecraft was launched in 1972, but its failures left Kosmos 482 completely under control.
Previous estimates suggest that land between 2023 and 2025 will go down. But new speculations may collide before the end of 2019 by "Space.com".
Soviet space mission intends to launch a space in the "hope orbit" in space in space, equipped with a rocket and probe.
The test is set to achieve its goal, but if this stage fails, it will be in orbit and will be called Kosmos.
Kosmos 482 probe On March 31, 1972, the Soviet "Molniya" launched and got to "wait" to get to the orbit.
However, Soviet scientists did not launch a Venus-based probe, which was divided into four parts, which were left in the Earth's low orbit in two orbits, which fell in New Zealand in two days.
"The main phase of the phase of escape has stopped running at 125 seconds when it reaches the center and, as a result, a spacecraft has entered an Earth orbital orbit," said NASA.
Source: The sun