Get Out Your Umbrellas

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        Nasa warns of risk from satellite falling from space.

        The $750 million Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite (UARS) satellite, launched 20 years ago to study climate change, is set to breach the atmosphere within weeks.

        In a new alert issued this week, officials warned pieces could land in densely populated areas on six continents including parts of Britain, Europe, North and South America and Asia.

        But senior space agency officials admitted they were “concerned” about the risk to billions of people when it starts falling uncontrolled out of orbit at any stage from later this month.

        Nasa admitted more than half-a-ton of metal from the satellite, which ran out of fuel in 2005, will survive as the majority of it will burn up after entering Earth's atmosphere.

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        Oh my goodness.. imagine out shopping along the strip and out the blue something comes along and konks you on the head.. what the heck is that, it just fell out the sky, came out of no where!

        Debris from space.. that is just terrible, we trashing up the universe.. we need to stop!
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        Somehow I just don't think an umbrella would be a great deal of help, nor would we be wondering what that was, if one of those pieces (even a very small one) hit you. Maybe we all need to travel around in steel bubbles or something! And just think how much of that stuff is drifting around out there... this won't be the last time stuff falls from on high!  :`o
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        I guess this particular satellite can fall but I pray that the ones helping broadcast Eurosport and ESPN stay up there

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