NASA plans to finished its International Space Station by 2031

ISLAMABAD, Feb 03 Alliance News): The US space agency NASA has plans to finish its the International Space Station by 2031.

According to foreign media, the space station, which was launched in 2000, will be dropped at Point Nemo in the Pacific Ocean.

The area is 3,000 miles off the east coast of New Zealand and 2,000 miles north of Antarctica. The United States, Russia, Japan and European countries have dumped more than 263 pieces of space debris there since 1971.

According to NASA, commercially operated space platforms will replace the space station for cooperation and scientific research.

The largest mirror of the James Webb Telescope has been fully opened and is now ready to focus on the telescope.

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