Saturday, September 24, 2011

UARS Debris. Collection of Videos From All Over The World. Videos of Real UARS Debris? You Judge.

Where did the UARS debris land? Here is information from all over the place...and I mean ALL over the place!  Where did it REALLY land?  It could be in any of these videos.  It may never be proven for sure.  Judge for yourself from this mass collection.

This is not even from last night/this morning...This is from September 14, 2011

Reaching here?


Kitchener, ON

Piece Filmed In Denmark After It Landed...looks realistic, but then again, I have never actually seen real space junk after it has landed...

Is this another film of another couple of real pieces of UARS in Italy?

Egypt...the falling debris

Hungary...the fire ball

Trümmerteile am Himmel

UARS satellite falls over Pacific, possible debris in Canada

UARS penetrated the atmosphere over the Pacific Ocean. There are unsubstantiated reports of debris falling in western Canada.

The Joint Space Operations Center at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California says the bus-sized Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite (UARS) satellite plunged to Earth over the Pacific late Friday night (early Saturday in the eastern U.S. time zone, Europe and Africa).

There are unsubstantiated reports of debris falling over Okotoks, a town 20 miles (30 km) south of Calgary in western Canada. Locals in Okotoks are reporting the discovery of wreckage, including a large piece that left a substantial crater and a possible debris field extending to the northeast of there. There is also a video on YouTube supposedly showing falling debris. I’m not sure I believe the video is real, which makes me question the other reports … but time will tell.

NASA says UARS re-entry took place between 10:23 p.m. CDT September 23 and 12:09 a.m. CDT September 24 (3:23-5:09 UTC September 24). The satellite penetrated the atmosphere over the Pacific Ocean. NASA is working now to substantiate reports of falling debris.

Not 'UARS' to Keep: NASA Warns Against Collecting Falling Satellite's Debris

"If you find something you think may be a piece of UARS, do not touch it. Contact a local law enforcement official for assistance," NASA wrote on its website two weeks ago. 


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