Safety tip of the week

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2013/11/09 by Carlo

UPDATE: The European Space Agency’s Goce gravity mapping satellite re-enters the Earth’s atmosphere, burning up over the South Atlantic.

Watch your head this weekend. The European Space Agency’s Goce satellite is falling back to Earth.

Bad news is that no one can say where or when: Goce could crash anywhere on the globe.

Nobody is worring, and experts say that “humans are 250,000 times more likely to win the lottery than to get hit by GOCE”.

“A little rain never hurt no one.” Anyway, I’ll probably stay home tomorrow:

http://www.danielbranch.com/50-things-to-do-when-its-raining/

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thanks to:

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/11/07/science/space/satellite-will-fall-to-earth-but-no-ones-sure-where.html?hpw&rref=science&_r=0

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