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If you do come across what you suspect is a satellite piece, NASA doesn't want you to pick it up. The space agency says there are no toxic chemicals present, but there could be sharp edges. Also, it's government property. It's against the law to keep it as a souvenir or sell it on eBay. NASA's advice is to report it to the police. Read more: www.foxnews.com...
Originally posted by Cerdofuego
Im guessing it will land somewhere in Europe. Probably Scandinavia or Russia but i would love to see it crash in the counsil of foreign relations or UN Headcourters. David Rockefellers mansion would be okay for me to...