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# space-junk - Thursday 12 November, 2015

Mysterious objects from space have landed in Spain

But when you see all the stuff floating around up there, it’s not surprising.

# space-junk - Thursday 16 July, 2015

Astronauts had to hide from space junk that threatened to hit the ISS

It was a bit of an emergency situation.

# space-junk - Friday 11 July, 2014

The most spectacular piece of rubbish you're likely to see

Space junk from a Russian rocket lit up the Australian sky.

# space-junk - Friday 23 March, 2012

Unidentified space object falls from the sky in Siberia Space Junk This post contains videos

Unidentified space object falls from the sky in Siberia

The Russian Federal Space Agency has denied ownership of the object – saying it is neither a rocket nor a spacecraft.

# space-junk - Tuesday 22 November, 2011

Watch: ISS crew returns to Earth as NASA issues warning to remaining team Space This post contains videos

Watch: ISS crew returns to Earth as NASA issues warning to remaining team

A piece of debris from a destroyed Chinese satellite is expected to pass close by the ISS tomorrow.

# space-junk - Saturday 3 September, 2011

The 9 at 9: Saturday

Nine things you need to know: IMF’s kind words as it offers more bailout funds, Anglo staff told to “party!” months before takeover, Cloyne response “imminent”, and time after AD…

# space-junk - Friday 2 September, 2011

From The Daily Edge Space junk littering Earth's orbit might need cleaning up Space Junk

Space junk littering Earth's orbit might need cleaning up

NASA says we may soon have to start cleaning up space: there are 22,000 large objects and countless smaller ones currently in orbit around our planet, posing dangers to human-carrying spaceships and valuable satellites.

# space-junk - Tuesday 5 April, 2011

Space junk almost gets too close for comfort for astronauts

NASA gives all-clear after alert saw debris from a Chinese satellite heading towards the International Space Station.