Dead NASA satellite will soon plummet to Earth
Sep 8, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: WVLT-TV Knoxville
A dead NASA satellite will soon fall to Earth, but the space agency says there is very little chance that a piece of it will hit someone.
NASA: "There probably is no hazardous material left in the falling pieces, but people should not touch any fallen satellite parts just in case.
Be careful people..
OTOH here's another look at history:
Of course we had the Columbia's pieces fall all over us. Some of those pieces also belonged to human beings, the astronauts..
PS. There was much hazardous material too.
See what budget cuts are doing now???
What a joke, I hope!
Do you blame the space debris since the beginning of NASA on budget cuts??
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