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Long-lost NASA Satellite Rediscovered by Amateur Astronomer

By | February 5, 2018
      The IMAGE spacecraft undergoing launch preparations in early 2000. Photo: NASA.

      The IMAGE spacecraft undergoing launch preparations in early 2000. Photo: NASA.

      NASA’s Imager for Magnetopause-to-Aurora Global Exploration (IMAGE) satellite has been floating around space for more than a decade after a loss of signal forced NASA to end its mission in 2005. Recently the satellite began transmitting again, catching the eye of an amateur astronomer from British Colombia, Canada in January.

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