PICTURE: First image of ESA’s Jules Verne burning up on reentry

by | Sep 29, 2008 | Seradata News | 0 comments

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credit: ESA

Here is the first image of the European Space Agency’s Automated Transfer Vehicle named Jules Verne reentering the Earth’s atmosphere

Its de-orbit timetable can be seen here in an earlier Hyperbola blog post

ESA director-general Jean-Jacques Dordain announced the successful de-orbit of Jules Verne into the Pacific ocean at the end of the International Astronautical Congress’ heads of agency plenary session today in Glasgow, Scotland

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