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[i]The current mission "seems long, but that's based off of the original [270-day] estimate. We don't have anything else to go on," [Brian Weeden, a technical adviser with the Secure World Foundation and a former orbital analyst with the Air Force] told Space.com. "And it's not long for other satellites. It's common for satellites, especially typical national security satellites that are well-designed, to be in orbit for years to decades."[/i]
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