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Originally posted by spiritualzombie
So tired of the excessive fear mongering on ATS. Every little thing is amped way up... This site is hypocritical to ever bash MSM for fear mongering... ATS beats them all combined.
It started off on the eastern coast of Africa before going over the Indian Ocean, up the Pacific over Canada, over the northern Atlantic and then down western Africa before ending in the Indian Ocean again, Johnson said.
The final resting place of the 20-year-old satellite's remains could stay shrouded in mystery.
"We may never know," Johnson said, noting that Nasa relies on the public as well as aviation and naval personnel to report evidence of satellite debris.
The satellite was expected to break into 26 pieces as it plummeted toward Earth, with surviving parts including titanium fuel tanks, beryllium housing and stainless steel batteries and wheel rims.
Salazar was the source of the social-media hoax on Friday night that claimed a NASA satellite that had been falling to earth had crashed into a farmer’s field near Okotoks, Alta., about 40 kilometres south of Calgary.
Less than subtle hints that Salazar was pulling a fast one could have been noted by his Twitter account — @imnotgonnalie2u and profile picture of a winking face.
“I didn’t say it was a spoof but I made it pretty obvious,” he said.
However, many didn’t clue in to the joke.