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jira13578     Joined: 16 Dec 2020   Posts: 561  
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SpaceX rocket SLOTXO fragments fall in Australian grass field Scientists point out that it is very difficult to find. believe in the years to come Space junk will fall to the ground until it's normal.

On August 4, 2022, the BBC reported that pieces of space debris from Elon Musk's SpaceX spacecraft landed on a field in Australia.

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Mick Minor, a farmer in New South Wales, Australia, saw a large, black object planted on a remote plot of land on his farm. which initially understood as a dead tree But when you take a closer look with expert examination He realized that it was something that fell from space.


The Australian Space Agency (ASA) later stated that This is a piece from the space X capsule. The expert explained that This is a 'rare' and 'exciting' discovery, but events like this may become more and more common.

The object was proven to have landed on the Australian expanse on July 9. until several weeks later it was discovered.

Two more fragments were later discovered. And the Australian Space Agency has announced a request for cooperation with anyone who has additional space objects. Contact the space debris hotline set up by SpaceX.

Dr. Brad Tucker, astrophysicist Australian National University Called to inspect the object. And he said in a video released online: “It's exciting to see this up close. I've never seen space debris fall like this before.”


Don Pollacco, professor of astrophysics The University of Warwick in England considers the fall of space junk to the ground extremely rare. Although objects from space fall to Earth every day, they mostly fall into the oceans.

So far, the only case where space junk has been dropped has been Lottie William's in Oklahoma. United States in 1997, where she was hit by a piece of space on her shoulder. but did not suffer any injuries.

Other incidents such as Chinese rocket parts fell into buildings. Damage to buildings in Ivory Coast in 2020

However, the discovery of space junk on land may become more common. Especially as the number of rockets launched into space has grown exponentially in recent years.

Professor Pollacco said the sun was moving into an increasingly intense cycle. This will result in a large amount of space junk falling to Earth again.

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