ISEE-3 Is Not Exactly Where NASA Thought It Was

ISEE-3 Reboot Project: Updates From the Front at Arecibo, Dennis Wingo

"The error in position has just elevated the concern level greatly. We know approximately what the offset error is from the existing ephemeris but we don't have enough information yet to plot a new course and generate a new ephemeris file. This has become extremely important as there is a solid statistical chance that the spacecraft could impact the moon or even be off course enough to threaten other spacecraft in Earth orbit."

Citizen scientists seek access to sleeping satellite, CBS (video)

"A first of its kind mission to wake up a sleeping satellite is underway. As Mark Albert explains, Keith Cowing and a team of 20 convinced NASA for the first time to turn over the satellite to a group of space enthusiasts."

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