Catherine Lane

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Odd Space Debris Scattered Across Western North Carolina Has Been Identified

It's finally been confirmed. Odd space debris scattered across Western North Carolina has been identified. According to our source, WLOS in Asheville, the debris is part of a SpaceX spacecraft that "broke apart during re entry". Odd Space Debris Scattered Across Western North Carolina This sounds like something out of a science fiction movie but it's true. NASA reportedly confirmed it Thursday afternoon. It was a question many had for weeks. NASA released this in a statement, "SpaceX has confirmed the re-entry of Dragon spacecraft trunk hardware to NASA following its service missions to the International Space Station,". What The Officials At NASA Are Saying About The "Space Junk" This statement was also released and published by wlos.com in Asheville, "Most recently, the trunks that supported SpaceX's 30th commercial services resupply and Crew-7 missions re-entered over Saudi Arabia and North Carolina, respectively," the release continues."NASA is unaware of any structural damage or injuries resulting from these findings." The "space junk" was primarily found between late May and June 13. And they thought then it looked like something from outer space. One piece was found on a trail in Haywood County. It was three feet tall and very heavy. Two smaller objects were found in Franklin and Jackson County. NASA says you find space debris to not touch it or try to haul it off yourself. There is actually a space debris hotline. That number is 1-866-623-0234 . Or you can contact them via email. That address is [email protected].

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