Vintage NASA satellite falls to Earth, completing raging doom after 56 years in space

A long-retired NASA satellite Burnt in the earth’s atmosphere Over the weekend, the agency has confirmed.

NASA launched the satellite, which is named Orbiting Geophysics Observatory 1, Or OGO-1, in September 1964, the first in a series of five missions that helped scientists understand Earth’s magnetic environment. The OGO-1 was the first to launch, but the last to fall out of orbit; The satellite has crossed the earth unhindered since its retirement in 1971.

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