September 3, 2015


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What's out there and when will it crash down on us?

Satellite's fall to Earth raises space-junk issue

GOCE re-entered the Earth's atmosphere Monday. While most of it disintegrated, about 25 per cent of its fragments slammed into the Atlantic Ocean.

EUROPEAN SPACE AGENCY / THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

GOCE re-entered the Earth's atmosphere Monday. While most of it disintegrated, about 25 per cent of its fragments slammed into the Atlantic Ocean.

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