NASANASA Satellite Falling to Earth: Will You Be Hit?

Sep 9, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: ABC News

In a teleconference today, Nicholas Johnson, NASA's chief scientist for orbital debris in Houston, said your odds of getting bonked by something from orbit are about 1 in 21 trillion, so rest easy.

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PHYLLIS HEFLIN

Shreveport, LA

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Sep 16, 2011
 
How come they can't predict exactly where its going to hit after passing through the Earths Atmosphere??
Figaro

Kansas City, MO

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Jan 14, 2012
 
crappingcookies wrote:
because of different conditions that could occur. Hopefully it will fall on your head and take out one more retard from this world
Talking to yourself, NAMBLA boy?

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