NASA agency 38-year-old dead satelliteHe returned to Earth without incident. It is held by the Ministry of Defense has been confirmedThe Earth’s Radiation Budget satellite (ERBS), entered the atmosphere off Alaska at 11:04 p.m. ET on January 8th. There are no reports about injuries or damage. to meThe News agency. It was not surprising that NASA stated that there was a 1 out 9,400 chance of someone getting hurt. But it was remarkable when officials claimed that there was a possibility some parts could survive a diving accident.
ERBS lived a long and interesting life. She was a pioneering female astronaut and traveled on the Space Shuttle Challenger in 1985. Sally RideUse Canadarm robots to place them in orbit. The crew Kathryn SullivanDuring that mission, he performed the first American woman spacewalk. The satellite was only designed to collect ozone data over two years. However, it was shut down in 2005 — more than 20 decades after its initial launch. The spacecraft was instrumental in helping scientists understand how Earth absorbs, radiates and radiates solar radiation.
In the next few decades, you may not see much of the old equipment go to ground. Recently, the FCC proposed a five yearsLocally owned satellites may be operated that are not in geostationary orbits. Current guidelines recommend deorbiting within 25 year. Although there are exceptions to this rule, future satellites, such as ERBS, which were in a non-synchronous orbit, could become space junk before they are deorbited.
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