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Satellite Expected To Crash To Earth


An out of control satellite, the size of a double-decker bus, is expected to crash to Earth - but it is not known where. Sky's Ashish Joshi reports

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The rule is what goes up must come down, but the trouble is nobody knows exactly where the six-ton NASA satellite will crash land. This white blob is the UARS probe as it spins out of control during its descent, the footage was taken by an astronomer last week as it passed 156 miles overhead in Northern France.

"Most satellites when they come down, they are smaller, they burn up, and no one is anyone the wiser. This one, though, because of its size, so a little more significance."

NASA said the chance of debris from this spacecraft actually hitting someone is remote 1 in 3200 to be precise.The satellite is about this big, most of it will break up as they reenter the earth atmosphere, but some components will stay intact, they could be up to the size of a fridge and weigh anything up to 300 pounds. And you wouldn't want more of those hurtling towards you at 240 miles an hour.

Here is where it could land, anywhere in the world, south of Alaska, to the bottom tip of south America, this covers the most inhabited areas on earth. It's been tracked by radar stations around the world, including New Yorkshire.

We've got some world-class analysts here, help working around clock as we do have the specialists already for practice to began working with radar. However, due to the size and shape of this object, it's impossible for anyone using any of the resource we have across the global to accurately predict where and exactly when the subject will be reaching.

Flight director Ron Spencer indicating that the time of closest approach has come and gone, no impact.

The satellite has caused a scare already. In 2010, it forced international space station into a collision avoiding maneuver. NASA will reassure us that in 50 years of space travel, no one has ever been hurt by falling debris. But cosmic junk is no rocket science, it’s a case of watch this space, literally.

Ashish Joshi, Sky News

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no one is anyone the wiser: 和常用的成语 no one is any the wiser应是类似含义:something that you say which means that no one will notice something bad that someone has done 没人会注意到别人干的坏事。

literally: (intensifier before a figurative expression) without exaggeration 确实地;

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[Homework]2011-09-26 失控卫星将冲向地球

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The ruleless won't goes up must come down but the trouble is nobody knows exactly where the six ton NASA satellite will crash land.  This wide blurbist UR's probe is being out of control during its descent, the footage was taken by a astronaut last week as past 156 miles of ahead in Northen France.  
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The rule is what is goes up must come down, but the trouble isnobody knows exactly where the six ton NASA satellite will crashland.  This wide blurbist UR's probe is being out of controlduring its descent, the footage was taken by a astronaut last week as past 156miles of ahead in Northern France.

Most satellites when they come down, they are smaller, they burn up, and no oneanyone else wants adviser.  This one, though, because of its size, soa little more significance.  

NASA said the chance of this debris from thespacecraft actually hitting someone is remote 1 in 3200 to beprecise.  The satellite is about this big, most of them will break upas they reenter the atmosphere, but somecomponents will stay intact, they could be up to the size of the fridge andweigh anything up to 300 pounds, you wouldn't want more of those, hurtingtowards you at 214 miles an hour.

Here is where it could land, anywhere ofthe world, south of Alaska, to the bottom tip of south America, this covers themost inhabited areas on earth.  It has been tracked by radar stationsaround the world, including New York*.

We've got some well class I'm listed here, helpworking around clock as we did a specially story for creating this, we beganworking with it on , however jet's size shape of this object,I suppose for anyone using any resource we have across the global to accuratelypredict where and exactly when the subject would be reaching.

Twirl, twirl, twirl, space is indicating that the time of caused approachescome down, no impact.
The satellite has caused scale already in 2010 enforce internationalspace station into a collision avoiding manoeuver.  NASAwill reassure us that in 15 years of space travel, no one has ever been hurt byfalling debris.  But cause may junk is no rocket science, it’s a case of watch this space, naturally.
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The rule is what goes up must come down, but the trouble is nobody knows exactly where the 6-ton NASA satellite will crash land. This white blob is the UR's probe as it spins out of control during its descent. The footage was taken by a astronomer last week as it passed 156 miles overhead in Northern France.

"Most satellites when they come down, they are smaller, they burn up, and and no one is ??? (anyone's wiser). This one, though, because of its size, is a little more significant."

NASA says the chance of the debris from the spacecraft actually hitting someone is remote one in 3,200 to be precise.

"The satellite is about this big. Most of it will break up as it re-enters the Earth's atmosphere, but some components will stay intact. They could be up to the size of a fridge and weigh anything up to 300 pounds. Now you wouldn't want one of those heading towards you at 240 miles an hour."

Here's where it could land, anywhere in the world south of Alaska to the bottom tip of south America. This covers the most inhabited areas on earth. It's been tracked by radar stations around the world  including ???.

"We've got some world-class analysts here who've been working round the clock, as we do have specialist in our authorities we get to work over this radar. However due to the size and shape of this object, it's impossible for anyone using any of the resources we have across the globe to accurately predict where and exactly when this object will be entering

"??? is indicating that the time of closest approach has come and gone, no impact."

This satellite has caused a scare already. In 2010 it forced the International Space Station into a collision avoiding manoeuvre.
NASA reassures us that in 50 years of space travel, no one has ever been hurt by falling debris. But cosmic junk is no rocket science. it's a case of watch this space. Literally.
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The rule is what is goes up must come down, but the trouble is nobody knows exactly where the six ton NASA satellite will crash land.  This wide blurbist?? UR's probe spins out of control during its descent, the footage was taken by a astronaut last week as past 156 miles of ahead in Northern France.

Most satellites when they come down, they are smaller, they burn up, and no oneanyone else wants adviser.  This one, though, because of its size, so a little more significance.  

NASA said the chance of    debris from this spacecraft actually hitting someone is remote 1 in 3200 to be precise.  
The satellite is about this big, most of them will break up as they re-enter the atmosphere, but some components will stay intact, they could be up to the size of the fridge andweigh anything up to 300 pounds, you wouldn't want more of those, hiting towards you at 214 miles an hour.

Here is where it could land, anywhere of the world, south of Alaska, to the bottom tip of south America, this covers the most inhabited areas on earth.  It has been tracked by radar stations around the world, including New York*.

We've got some world class analysts here, help working around clock as we did specilize the historical ciris, we got working with radar, however due to size shape of this object,it's impossible for anyone using any resource we have across the global to accurately predict where and exactly when the subject would be reaching.

Twirl, twirl, twirl, space is indicating that the time of caused approaches come down, no impact.
The satellite has caused scare already in 2010 enforce internationalspace station into a collision avoiding manoeuver.  NASA will reassure us that in 15 years of space travel, no one has ever been hurt by falling debris.  But cause may junk is no rocket science, it’s a case of watch this space, naturally
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[Homework]2011-09-26 失控卫星将冲向地球

The rule is what goes up must come down but the trouble is nobody knows exactly where the six ton NASA statelite will crash on land.
This wide blobe is the UR's probe that has been out of control during its descends.The footage was taken by an astronaut last week as it passed a 156 miles overhead in Northern France.
Most satellites when they come down they are smaller. They burn out and no one is anyone the eyewitness.This one, though, because of its size,so a little more significance.
NASA says that the chances of the debris from the spacecraft actually hitting someone is remote,1 in 3,200 to be precise.The satellite is about this big. Most of it will break up as it reenters the earth's atmosphere, but some components will stay intack. They could be up to the size of a fridge and weight anything up to 300 pounds.Now you would't want one of those hurtling towards you at 240 miles an hour.
Here is where it could land.Any where in the world,south of Alaska, to the bottom tip of south America,this covers the most inhabited areas on earth.It has been attracted by radar stations around the world, including Y.
We got some of the world class anylists here who have been working around the clock as we did a specially story for creating this,we wanna work this out. However, due to the size of this object, it is impossible for anyone using any the resources we have crossed the globe to accurately predict where and exactly when the subject will be entering.
Flight Director ? indicating that the time of the closest approach has come and gone,no impact.
This satellite has caused scare already in 2010. It enforced the international space station into a collision avoiding manoeuver. NASA assures us that in fifty years of space travel, no one has ever been hurt by falling debris, but cosmic junk is no rocket science,it is a case of watch the space literally.


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NASA said the chance of the debrite from the space craft actually hitting someone is remote one in 3200 to be precise. The satellite is about this big. Most of it will break up when it return to the earth. But some component will stay intact, they will be up the size of fridge, and weight anything up to 300 pounds. And you would know more of those, heading towards of you, at 240 miles an hour.
Here is where it would land. Anywhere of the world, from south of Alaska, to the bottom tip of south of America.
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The rule is what goes up must come down, but the trouble is nobody knows exactly where. The 6-ton NASA satellite will crash land. This white blob is the UARS probe; it spins out of control during its descent. The footage was taken by an astronomer last week as it past at 156 miles over ahead in northern France.
Most satellites, when they come down, they're smaller, they burn up and no one and anyone in the wide zone. This one, though, because of its size, so it's a little more significant. NASA says the chances of the debris from this spacecraft actually hitting someone is remote 1 in 3,200, to be precise.
The satellite is about this big. Most of it will break up when it reenters the earth atmosphere but some components will stay intact. They can be up to the size of a fridge and weigh anything up to three hundred pounds, and you wouldn’t want one of those hurling towards you at 214 miles an hour.
Here’s where it could land. Anywhere of the world, south of Alaska to the bottom tip of South America. This covers the most inhabited areas on earth. It’s being tracked by radar stations around the world including NEXRAD.
We got some of the world-class analysts here who've been working round the clock as we do have specialists of direful practices. we began working this radar. however due to the size, shape of this object, it's impossible for anyone using any the resources we have across the globe to accurately predict where and exactly when this object will be reaching.
Flight director Ron Spencer is indicating that the time of closest to approach has come and gone, no impact... this satellite has caused a scare already. In 2010, it forced international space station into a collision-avoiding maneuver. NASA reassures us that in 50 years of space travel, no one has even been hurt by falling debris, but cosmic junk is no rocket science, it's a case of watch this space,literately!
Ashish Joshi, SKY news.
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The rule is what goes up must come down, but the trouble is nobody knows it exactly where the six-ton NASA satellite will crash land.
This white blobbies is youares probe is its been out of control during it dissent. The footage was taken by astronomer last week, as it passed 156 miles over ahead, in northern France.
Most satellite when they come down, theyre smaller, they burned up and no one is anyone the wizard. This one though because of its size, so little more significance.
NASA says the chances of debris from the spacecraft actually heating someone, is remote, 1 in 3200 to be precise.
The satellite is about this big, most of it will break up as it reenters the earth atmosphere, but some components will stay in attacked, they could be up to the size of fridge and weight, anything up to 300 pounds. Now you would know more about those, htting towards you at 240 mile an hour.

Here is where it could land, anywhere in the world, south of Alaska to the bottom tip of south of America. This covers the most inhabited areas on earth.
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This satellite has caused a scare already. In 2010 it forced the international space station into a collision avoiding maneuver, NASA reassure us that in the 50 years of space travel, no one has ever been hurt by falling debris but cosmic junk is no a rocket science, its a case of watch this space literately.
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The rule is what goes up must come down, but the trouble is nobody knows exactly where the 6-ton NASA satellite will crash land. This white blob is the UR's probe as it spins out of control during its descent. The footage was taken by a astronomer last week as it passed 156 miles overhead in Northern France.

"Most satellites when they come down, they are smaller, they burn up, and and no one is ??? (anyone's wiser). This one, though, because of its size, is a little more significant."

NASA says the chance of the debris from the spacecraft actually hitting someone is remote one in 3,200 to be precise.

"The satellite is about this big. Most of it will break up as it re-enters the Earth's atmosphere, but some components will stay intact. They could be up to the size of a fridge and weigh anything up to 300 pounds. Now you wouldn't want one of those heading towards you at 240 miles an hour."

Here's where it could land, anywhere in the world south of Alaska to the bottom tip of south America. This covers the most inhabited areas on earth. It's been tracked by radar stations around the world  including ???.

"We've got some world-class analysts here who've been working round the clock, as we do have specialist in our authorities we get to work over this radar. However due to the size and shape of this object, it's impossible for anyone using any of the resources we have across the globe to accurately predict where and exactly when this object will be entering

"??? is indicating that the time of closest approach has come and gone, no impact."

This satellite has caused a scare already. In 2010 it forced the International Space Station into a collision avoiding manoeuvre.
NASA reassures us that in 50 years of space travel, no one has ever been hurt by falling debris. But cosmic junk is no rocket science. it's a case of watch this space. Literally.
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The rule here is what goes up must come down, but the trouble here is nobody knows exactly where the six-ton NASA satellite will crash land. This white blob is the UR’s probes as it spins out of control during its descent. The footage was taken by an astronomer last week as it pasted 156 miles overhead in Northern France.

“Most satellites, when they come down, they are smaller. They burn up and no one at anywhere knows where they are. This one, though, because of it size, so a little more significant.”

NASA says the chances of the debris from the spacecraft actually hitting someone is remote one in three thousand two hundred, to be precise.

“The satellite is about this big. Most of it will break up as it reenters the earth’s atmosphere. But some components will stay intact. They could be up to the size of a fridge and weigh anything up to three hundred pounds. Now you wouldn’t want one of those hurtling towards you at 240miles an hour. ”

Here is where it could land. Anywhere in the world, south of Alaska to the bottom tip of South America. This covers the most inhabited areas on earth. It has been tracked by radar stations around the world including New Yorcha.

“We got some of the world-class analysts here, hope they will be working around the clock. And we do have especially direct for practice. We have been working this radar. However, due to the size and shape of the subject, it’s impossible for anyone using any of the resources we have across the globe to accurately predict where and exactly when the subject will be reaching.”

Plight Direct around sponsors indicating that the time of the closest approaches is coming down, no impact.

This satellite has caused a scare already. In 2010, it forced the International Space Station into a Collision Avoiding Maneuver. NASA reassures us that in fifty years of space travel, no one has ever been hurt by falling debris. But cosmic junk is no rocket science; it’s a case of watch the space literally. Arshis Joshi, Skynews.
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[Homework]2011-09-26 失控卫星将冲向地球

The rule is what goes out must come down,but the trouble is nobody konws exactly where the 6 tons NASA satellite will crash on land.This white block is the UR's probe that has been out of control during it has decend.The footage was taken by a astronaut last week.It has passed 150 miles overhead in Northern France.
Most satellite when they come down,they are smaller.They burn up and no one as anyone.....This one though because its size is a little more significant.
NASA says the chances of the debris of this space craft actually hitting someone is remote, 1 in 3200 to be precise.
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“We got some world class analysts here and we have been working around the clock as we did have some special pratice against working this radar.However,due to the size and shape of this object,it is impossible for anyone using any of resources to accurately predicts where and exactly when this object will reenter.”
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This satellite has caused the scare already.In 2010 it forced international space station into a collision avoiding maneuver.NASA reassures us that in 50 years of space travel no one has ever been hurt by falling debris.But cosmic junk is no rocket sciecce.It is a case of watch this space .....

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the ruler is what go up must come down, and the trouble is nobody knows exactly where the 6 tons
NASA satellite will crash land, this one blurbist UR probe spin out of control during this descent,
the furtige was taken by astronome last week has past 156 miles ahead in northern of France.

"when the satellite comes down, they are smaller, they burn up, and no one .., this one, because of
its size, so a little more significant"

NASA says the change the debris from the spacecraft actually hit someone is remote 1 in 3200
to be precise.

"the satellite is about this big, most of it will break up and re-enter the atmosphere,
but some component will stay intact, they could be up the size of the frige and weight
anything up to 300 pounds, heading towarding you, at 240 mile an hour"

here is where it cound land, anywhere in the world, south of the alaska to the bottom tip of
south of america, this cover most of the inhabited area on earth.

it's been tracked by radar station around the world, including newyachar

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