Thousands of kilometres from anywhere lies Point Nemo, a watery grave where space stations go to die

Thousands of kilometres from anywhere lies Point Nemo, a watery grave where space stations go to die

The space cemetery, named for the fictional captain in 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, is where the International Space Station is likely to end up

At the furthest point from any landmass on earth, and 4km under the sea, lies the space cemetery.

When their outer space journeys come to an end, old satellites, rocket parts and space stations are sent to this desolate spot in the Pacific Ocean to rest on the dark seabed forever.

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