Compton Gamma-ray Observatory

From: Charles Eltham (charles.eltham@virgin.net)
Date: Fri Mar 24 2000 - 12:56:52 PST

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    Picked this up from NASA's Space Science News:
    
    March 24, 2000
    
    The Compton Gamma-ray Observatory is destined for a watery grave in the
    remote Pacific on June 3, 2000. At a press conference today, NASA officials
    cited human safety concerns in explaining their decision to de-orbit the
    satellite, which has revolutionized our understanding of the cosmos during
    a highly successful 9 year mission.  FULL STORY at
    
    http://spacescience.com/headlines/y2000/ast25mar_1m.htm
    
    
    
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