posted on Sep, 21 2011 @ 02:04 PM
It's the ultimate regional squeegee hunt if it comes down over land where people can reasonably get to debris. As others have said, if it looks
anything like a container or recognizable component of some kind, I won't touch it with a pole...but if somehow they're off about when and this
little puppy hangs on long enough to come down on this side of the planet...I fully intend to hunt for scrap metal or something similar for the
ultimate in keepsakes for my son. Please UARS...Missouri is the target to aim for. Southern, if it isn't too much trouble.
Oh...and if NASA knows something about propulsion systems...or other material that they've neglected to mention, NOW would be a dandy time. I am sure
I'm among millions of people who are thinking the very same thing while watching those orbit tracks and crossing fingers. It would be really uncool
to find out AFTERWARD that 'Oh yeah...there was a little reactor onboard' or 'uhh..we forgot to mention that insanely toxic fuel that wasn't fully
drained and covers everything'...