|ESA plans Integral satellite reentry 15 years in advance|
27 January 2015
After 12 years in orbit, the European Space Agency is in the process of enacting its retirement plan for the International Gamma-Ray Astrophysics Laboratory (Integral). However, while the agency is adjusting the orbit of the satellite now, the spacecraft will continue to make observations for some years, and won’t re-enter Earth’s atmosphere until the late 2020s.
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