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Topic:Russian Soyuz rocket debris lands in Wyoming
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kyraI saw it here as I was driving west at about 6:15 am. Didn't know what it was at first. Heard rumors all day long, but I guess its all settled.
Robert Pearlman
NORAD spokesman Sean Kelly said the agency was trying to confirm a report that a piece of the rocket may have hit the ground near Riverton, Wyoming, at about 6 a.m.
The AP report says that the rocket debris is from the launch of the French planet-finder Corot last month.
fuzzfootK2TV News is reporting that a police officer was called out to investigate 'burned snow' in Casper, Wyoming, though no debris has been found.

If snow can burn, then fire can freeze...

Robert Pearlman
quote:
Originally posted by fuzzfoot:
...though no debris has been found.
Another AP report includes, "One piece of debris reportedly landed in Riverton, Wyo. near Highway 28."
86hornBeing a teacher, this would be an awesome example of such a phenomenon to show kids and help them distinguish between what they see, what they hear about, etc.

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