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Daemon
Posted: Monday, January 8, 2018 5:00:00 AM
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19000-pound space station falling "uncontrolled" back to Earth

It's pretty common for old satellites and other "space junk" to come falling back down to Earth. But while hundreds of pieces of debris come down each year, scientists are nervously watching a 19,000-pound Chinese space station's course because its ... More...
ChristopherJohnson
Posted: Monday, January 8, 2018 9:23:59 AM

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This is what happens when third-world countries like China, Russia or N. Korea try to operate stolen techs. Chernobyl and recent nuclear accident in Chelyabinsk are another example.
Emel Rapchan
Posted: Monday, January 8, 2018 10:12:55 AM

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In the News Today:
19,000-pound Chinese space station falling "uncontrolled" back to Earth.

It has been a reality to "earthlings" since the outdated Space Lab has its fading death over the 90's and was literarily pushed down to earth atmosphere. Obviously, the latter was a completely different situation once the US space agency NASA was in a complete control of what was going on with their space garbage, and the decommissioning process for that kind of equipment was scheduled for have been done about that time. So that, the complete process agenda took place before any further reentrance process was initiated granting the safety and accuracy (most of this) under the entire procedure.
I'm tending to believe that the Chinese Space Agency is pretty able to control all the parts involved in the entire process in contrast with the news.
thar
Posted: Monday, January 15, 2018 6:42:45 AM

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ChristopherJohnson wrote:
This is what happens when third-world countries like China, Russia or N. Korea try to operate stolen techs. Chernobyl and recent nuclear accident in Chelyabinsk are another example.



To be fair, the USSR were the leaders in nuclear power at one time.


It is their safety ethic that failed so catastrophically.
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