End of Mission.
On 5 September 2008, Jules Verne undocked and manoeuvred to an orbital position 5 km below the ISS. It remained in that orbit until the night of 29 September. At 10:00:27 GMT, Jules Verne started its first de-orbit burn of 6 minutes, followed by a second burn of 15 minutes at 12:58:18 GMT. At 13:31 GMT, Jules Verne re-entered the atmosphere at an altitude of 120 km, and then completed its destructive re-entry as planned over the following 12 minutes, depositing debris in the South Pacific Ocean southwest of Tahiti in a particularly well-documented reentry and breakup. [Source: Google]
Video: kounterpart [http://www.kounterpart.com]
Audio: Inicolabug – Automated Transfer Vehicle [www. http://soundcloud.com/inicolabug]
(release available on Section 27: http://section27.bandcamp.com/album/s27-127-sectioned-v40)
Fullscreen+headphones recommended! :-)