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By Amy
March 23, 2001 - 6:08 PM

Hello World!

Today, I feel, marks the end of an era in many respects. Today, of course, Mir ended 15 years in orbit with a spectacular re-entry into the atmosphere at around 2pm Perth time. Despite the fears of many Pacific nations, the re-entry was a close to textbook (though it didn’t hit the Taco Bell target). It was certainly nice to see the old girl go out with such grace and even beauty. Corny though it is to say it, Mir, I salute you.

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