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NASA announces when and how the International Space Station will die


Feb 2, 2022 01:47 GMT

A report from the Aerospace Agency outlines the planned plan to end the International Space Station and cause it to leave orbit.

The International Space Station (ISS) could be removed from orbit and plunged into the Pacific Ocean in January 2031, according to ‘Transfer ISS Transition’ was published Monday on the NASA website.

According to the plan of the US space agency, the International Space Station will then begin a slow descent and then enter the atmosphere. The remains that will remain after the disintegration of this transit will lie in an enabling region in the South Pacific, known as the “Pole of Inaccessibility,” which is the farthest from any fixed land.

At the end of 2021, the administration of US President Joe Biden announced, got engaged To extend the operations of the International Space Station until 2030, in cooperation with its partners space agencies in Europe, Japan, Canada and Russia.

The station’s first components were launched into space in 1998. Since then it has served as a space laboratory, equipment testing area and landing site for astronauts.

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