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February 10, 2003

Debris field
Posted by Teresa at 07:08 PM *

Love the Drake has put together a radar loop of NOAA’s images of the shuttle debris coming down.

This is good. I’ve wanted something like this, for certain values of “want.” The site’s following the story in detail, so you may want to check out the rest of its coverage. (via boingboing)

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#1 ::: Jon ::: (view all by) ::: February 11, 2003, 09:06 AM:

The startling thing about that is that it takes about an hour and a half for it all to come down. I know a big percentage of that is probably liquids and small particles, but still.

Wonder if they're going to be watching those areas in the coming years for increases in health problems?

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