Wednesday, February 16, 2022

International Space Station will crash into sea by 2032


The International Space Station will crash into the Pacific Ocean in 2031. NASA has laid out its plan to retire the iconic structure after 32 years of services. The ISS will be made to crash near point Nemo the most isolated place on earth. Point Nemo or the point of inaccessibility lies in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, it is so remote that if you go there sometimes the closest human beings will be the astronaut abroad the ISS when it passes overhead the space station orbits about 400 kilometres above earth surface.

 Any objects below about 500 kilometres naturally fall back to earth, so the space station is regularly boosted to counter this effect at an altitude of 400-kilometre oxygen is plentiful oxygen atoms comprised 96% of the earth atmosphere in the law earth orbit. The problem is that oxygen atoms are very strongly oxidising, and the ISS is flying at 7.8 kilometres through the atmosphere of oxygen atoms. This is the primary and behind the coalition of ISS on the outside docking and undocking of the weikles, can also put a strain on the structure various cracks and leaks have been patched up over the years.

However, the space station descend won't be random tumble back to earth operators on the ground will control its decent using thrusters gradually putting it on the course for its eventual crash.

However, a lot will be depends on the state of the sun at that time Sun Sports and flares erupt from its surface, when it's active an earth atmosphere gets warmer an expense if the denser lower atmosphere puffs up past 400 kilometre the space station must deal with more drag and it drops faster the ISS is the only fully operational space station currently orbiting our planet it is a joint venture of American Canadian European Russian and Japanese space agencies the Chinese have never been a part of International Space Station China is currently building its own space station name Tiangong. 

NASA has already chosen 3 private American companies to develop future space stations these include Lockheed Martin and Bezos blue origins NASA officials look forward to the final years of the ISS being its most productive the report says this will be when NASA aims to support deep space exploration and continue to return medical an environmental benefit to humanity.

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