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QuickBird

February 3, 2015

QuickBird Satellite Ends Its Mission

European Space Imaging announced today that on Tuesday 27 January 2015, after 13 years of excellent performance, QuickBird approached its end of mission smoothly and re-entered the earths' atmosphere at 01:59 UTC above the South Atlantic Ocean near southern Brazil. DigitalGlobe confirms: "QuickBird de-orbited successfully. QuickBird was on orbit for more than 13 years, far