Finding garbage nemo

More silly NASA fiction.

Surprised Greta doesn’t get angry about NASA dumping its fictional space garbage.

Last week, NASA announced the retirement of the International Space Station (ISS) by the end of 2030. After floating in near-Earth orbit for nearly 30 years, the ISS will plunge into a remote region of the Pacific Ocean known as Point Nemo, which lies between New Zealand and South America.

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1 year ago

Disney’s Snow White & 7 Dwarfs are Sun & 7 Planets?Mercury?Venus?Mars?Jupiter?Saturn?Uranus?Neptune?
(1) Disney’s Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs animated film is a metaphor for the Heliocentric System?

more as above so below or basic disney again

the dwarves are suggestive of the planets and the twinkling diamond mine represents the blanket of space

1 year ago
Reply to  napoleon

Wonder where this piece of “space garbage” will originate? I guess TPTB will want to show evidence, don’t you, of its splash down? Just for once I mean!

1 year ago
Reply to  nickweechblog

thats a good question ,when will the orbit deteriorate what counterpoint on earth will the nemo splashdown represent in the heavens ,is there a graveyard in space At least 260 spacecraft – mostly Russian – have been laid to rest there by Nasa and other space agencies since it was first used in 1971. By far the largest was Russia’s MIR space lab, a 120-tonne tangle of metal that splashed down at Point Nemo in 2001. It’s thought the International Space Station will end up there around 2024. The spot helps prevent the build up of dangerous orbital space… Read more »

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