What To Do With International Space Station

Credit: NASA
Whenever the International Space Station (ISS) comes to the end of its operational life, NASA’s current plan is to propulsively deorbit the 463-ton laboratory so debris falls into the unpopulated southern Pacific Ocean. Former United Launch Alliance (ULA) Vice President and Chief Scientist George...

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