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    International Space Station will plummet to a watery grave - Forum

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    International Space Station will plummet to a watery grave
    manuchandelDate: Monday, 07-February-2022, 11:56 AM | Message # 1
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    International Space Station will plummet to a watery grave in 2031

    Nasa confirmed the ISS will plunge into the Pacific ocean to join other decommissioned space stations, satellites and space debris


    The International Space Station backdropped by Earth's horizon and the blackness of space. Photograph: Stocktrek Images/Getty Images

    The International Space Station (ISS) will continue its operations until 2030 before heading for a watery grave at the most remote point in the Pacific, Nasa confirmed in a new transition plan this week.

    More than 30 years after its 1998 launch, the ISS will be “de-orbited” in January 2031, according to the space agency’s budget estimates. Once out of orbit the space station will make a dramatic descent before splash-landing in Point Nemo, which is about 2,700km from any land and has become known as the space cemetery, a final resting place for decommissioned space stations, old satellites and other human space debris.

    Also known as the “Oceanic Pole of Inaccessibility” or the “South Pacific Ocean Uninhabited Area”, the region around the space cemetery is known for its utter lack of human activity. It’s “pretty much the farthest place from any human civilization you can find”, as Nasa put it.

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