The CENTENNIAL 1 Satellite satellite, released from the Space Station in 2015, re-entered on January 6, 2016 after six months in orbit.

NORAD ID: 40743
Origin: USA
Type: 1U CubeSat
Mass: ~1kg
Inclination: 51.6°
Launched: April 14, 2015 (aboard Dragon SpX-6)
Launch Vehicle: Falcon 9
Launch Site: SLC-40 Cape Canaveral, Florida, USA

Released from ISS: July 15, 2015

Re-Entry Prediction: January 6, 2016 – 06:35 UTC +/-16 Minutes
Re-Entry Zone: Pacific Unknown

Satellite: CENTENNIAL 1 is a 1U CubeSat developed by Booz Allen Hamilton in partnership with the Air Force Research Laboratory to test ground-based space-awareness sensors that use lasers and optical sensors to track objects in space. The satellite was outfitted with a small optical sensing package to measure the intensity of the laser beam received by the satellite.

Re-Entry Orbit
Image: Spaceflight101/Orbitron
Image: Spaceflight101/Orbitron