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Galactic junk comes plummeting down near Jersey workersAdding to it Wednesday was a chunk of junk, possibly from space, that came plunging earthbound and nearly struck a group of workers outside a wastewater cheap wholesale jerseys treatment plant.
Writes NBC New York on Oct. 10: “Workers at a New Jersey treatment plant say they saw a heavy, metallic object fall from the sky Wednesday, and they want to know where the potentially deadly projectile came from. The employees at Secaucus Treatment Works said the 5 by 5 inch piece of metal debris hit a railing, ricocheted off a concrete tank, then hit the ground. It landed about 25 feet from where employees were working.”
The debris, seen here, is a tile shaped square of ceramic, metal, and rubber. Plant foreman Steve Bronowich said that although the projectile is small, the weight of it could have killed someone had they been struck.
“It bounced off one [piece of industrial equipment] and hit another one. It shook the guys up a little cheap jerseys bit because, quite frankly, if it would’ve hit them, it would’ve killed them,” Bronowich said.
Employee Vic Suppa said he heard the suspected space junk hit the ground. “It was pretty loud. It was a pretty loud bang and we looked up and something was flipping in the air,” Suppa said.
Some have suggested that the debris came loose from a space shuttle. Hudson Regional Health Commissioner Carlos Rodriguez examined the debris and tested it for radioactivity, but it came back negative. The FAA said no other reports of falling debris have been recently made in that area. NASA also issued a statement, saying that it was not a shuttle tile.
“[W]e have not flown the space shuttle since 2011, we had a highly accurate accounting of the tiles, and this does not appear to be a tile,” a NASA spokesperson said, adding that each tile also has a serial number.
Still, Bronowich isn’t convinced. “We went on the website and we looked up space shuttle tiles, and you could see that picture there, it basically matches up with that,” he said. “What they show online for a space shuttle tile, it’s a little thicker than what we actually have here, but it certainly looks like it. I don’t know if it’s actually a tile, but I know it did come out of the sky.”
Origins of the New Jersey debris remain a mystery. cheap nfl jerseys However, with enormous amounts of space junk orbiting the earth, some of it is bound to be pulled down.
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