NASA’s Radiation Satellite Will Fall To Earth
NASA’s radiation satellite ERBS, launched into space in 1984, is expected to enter Earth’s atmosphere today. It is stated that a large part of the satellite, which completed its mission in 2005 and returned to the space junk, will burn in the atmosphere, and some parts may fall to Earth.
NASA, the American National Aeronautics and Space Administration, launched the radiation satellite ERBS into space 38 years ago.
The satellite, which observes and measures changes in the atmosphere, completed its mission in 2005 and returned to space junk.
The 2500-pound satellite, which has been orbiting the Earth for years, is expected to enter the Earth’s atmosphere.
Most of the ERBS will be burned during this entry.
It is stated that parts of the satellite may fall to Earth, but the risk of damage is very low.
It remains unclear exactly when and in which region the satellite will fall.