The computer-aided simulations included potential shooting down of US missile-tracking satellites, satellite jamming, and other electronic warfare 'effects' that are possible tactics in space warfare.
The Russian military says it was carrying out planned activities to strengthen its defence capabilities but denies that the test was dangerous.
The missile strike blew up one of its own satellites, creating a debris cloud that forced the International Space Station's crew to take evasive action.
The Malaysian Space Agency says Measat-3 remains at a very high altitude in a specific outer space orbit.
Recovery efforts found that Measat-3, which has been under ground control since June 24, could not re-enter service.