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2024-04-16 10:02:43
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NASA Confirms: ISS Debris Fragment Crashes into Florida House

A fragment of ISS debris, identified as a retired battery pallet, unexpectedly crashed into a house in Florida. This piece, made of a corrosion-resistant nickel-based alloy, survived re-entry, prompting NASA to launch investigations into the unusual event.

The incident caused no injuries, with the debris penetrating two floors of the house, contrary to the expected splashdown in the sea. The homeowner, Alejandro Otero, was luckily away on vacation when the space debris collided with his home, causing significant damage.

NASA's confirmation sheds light on the mysterious object that unexpectedly entered the Florida residence, highlighting the challenges posed by space debris management.

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Heise Wissen
16. April 2024 um 08:15

NASA confirms: Fragment of ISS debris crashed into house in Florida | heise online

Technology
A fragment of ISS debris, a retired battery pallet, has crashed into a house in Florida. It is a support element made of corrosion-resistant nickel-based alloy. NASA is conducting further investigations to determine the reason for the fragment's survival during re-entry.
Heise
16. April 2024 um 08:15

NASA confirms: Fragment of ISS debris crashed into house in Florida | heise online

Technology
A fragment of ISS debris, a retired battery pallet, has crashed into a house in Florida. It is a support element made of corrosion-resistant nickel-based alloy. NASA is conducting further investigations to determine the reason for the fragment's survival during re-entry.
n-tv.de
16. April 2024 um 05:49

Space debris from ISS crashes into house in Florida - n-tv.de

In Florida, space debris from the ISS penetrates two floors of a house, although it was supposed to land in the sea. The US space agency NASA has examined the object and determined that it was a metal bracket for old batteries. Fortunately, no one was injured.
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16. April 2024 um 08:12

NASA confirms mystery object that crashed through roof of Florida home came from space station

Technology
A mysterious object that crashed through the roof of a Florida home turned out to be a chunk of space junk from the International Space Station. NASA confirmed that the object was a metal support used to mount old batteries on a cargo pallet for disposal. The homeowner, Alejandro Otero, was on vacation when the object crashed through his home, causing significant damage.
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