NASA satellite falls on Canada as space junk. No one hurt. (The Christian Science Monitor)

The Christian Science Monitor - The wait is over. NASA’s bus-sized Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite (UARS) has fallen, becoming the largest runaway chunk of space junk to drop back down to Earth since two satellites, including the behemoth Sky Lab, punched the atmosphere in 1979.

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NASA satellite falls on Canada as space junk. No one hurt. (The Christian Science Monitor)

The Christian Science Monitor - The wait is over. NASA’s bus-sized Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite (UARS) has fallen, becoming the largest runaway chunk of space junk to drop back down to Earth since two satellites, including the behemoth Sky Lab, punched the atmosphere in 1979.

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