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Heads up! 20 to 30 pieces of Russia's space probe coming down as early as Jan 6!

 
my2centsworth

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12/28/2011 11:11 PM

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Heads up! 20 to 30 pieces of Russia's space probe coming down as early as Jan 6!
This probe was designed to survive the heat, so it's expected that "Between 20 and 30 fragments of the probe with a total weight of up to 200 kilograms will survive the fiery plunge and shower the Earth's surface, Roscosmos warned in a statement.

The agency said the unmanned Phobos-Grunt spacecraft will plummet to Earth between Jan. 6 and Jan. 19, and the rough area of where the fragments could fall could only be calculated a few days ahead of its plunge"...

"Phobos-Grunt weighs 13.2 tonnes, which includes 11 tonnes of highly toxic fuel. Experts had warned that if the fuel has frozen, some could survive entry into Earth and pose a serious threat if it falls over populated areas."

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12/28/2011 11:13 PM

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Re: Heads up! 20 to 30 pieces of Russia's space probe coming down as early as Jan 6!
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12/28/2011 11:16 PM

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Re: Heads up! 20 to 30 pieces of Russia's space probe coming down as early as Jan 6!
This is the probe that the Russians couldn't control shortly after lift off in November of this year. They've been trying to get control of it, but haven't succeeded, and now admit, it's coming down in January.

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