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October 6, 2008 in News, Places, Science | 1 comment
An asteroid is about to burn up over Africa.
justcorbly on October 6, 2008 at 8:44 pm
Well, it’s going to burn up because it’s only a few yards wide. Hardly merits being called an asteroid. This stuff happens frequently. This one is noteworthy only because we discovered it shortly before it arrived.
Something a few hundred yards wide… now that’s a different matter. That would not burn up. Targeted appropriately, it might take out LA.
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