The International Space Station will plunge into the sea in January 2031, NASA has announced. 

The orbiting laboratory, which launched in 1998, will splash-land 1,678 miles (2,700 kilometers) from land at Point Nemo, the final Pacific Ocean resting place for many dead satellites and space stations such as Russia’s Mir, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). 


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