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Falling UARS satellite seen from space. (video)

 
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Falling UARS satellite seen from space. (video)
Video of a pass of UARS satellite on Sept. 15, at an altitude of 250 kilometers, taken from the ground with a 14" telescope.

When NASA's Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite descends from orbit, will we see it coming? Veteran French astrophotographer Thierry Legault has already seen it, using a 14-inch telescope. The ghostly video clip above shows the UARS satellite tumbling at an altitude of 155 miles (250 kilometers) on Sept. 15.


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Re: Falling UARS satellite seen from space. (video)
Here's what NASA says to do if you do come across one of the 1,200 pounds of wrecked titanium, stainless steel or beryllium fragments likely to strike Earth:

-- Don't pick it up, because there could be a sharp edge. No toxins are present, NASA says.

-- It's government property, so report it to police. It's illegal to keep it or sell it.

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09/21/2011 02:40 PM
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Re: Falling UARS satellite seen from space. (video)
Here's what NASA says to do if you do come across one of the 1,200 pounds of wrecked titanium, stainless steel or beryllium fragments likely to strike Earth:

-- Don't pick it up, because there could be a sharp edge. No toxins are present, NASA says.

-- It's government property, so report it to police. It's illegal to keep it or sell it.

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09/21/2011 02:45 PM
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Re: Falling UARS satellite seen from space. (video)
Same site...

An estimated two dozen pieces of debris, including a roughly 300-pound (150-kilogram) chunk, could rain down anywhere in latitude between northern Canada and the tip of South America. NASA can't be more precise than that right now because there's no way to control the satellite's descent...

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Re: Falling UARS satellite seen from space. (video)
Same site...

An estimated two dozen pieces of debris, including a roughly 300-pound (150-kilogram) chunk, could rain down anywhere in latitude between northern Canada and the tip of South America. NASA can't be more precise than that right now because there's no way to control the satellite's descent...

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