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Watch as Russian space junk surprises a man trying out his selfie stick
Charnchai Jardpimai spotted something hurtling across the sky while he was filming himself with a selfie stick on Saturday, Jan. 2, 2016. He spun around to view what he thought was a meteor streaking through the sky above Phitsanulok province in ...
 Washington Post1 month ago
The Year in Space Pictures: 2015
1. Meteors streak across the night sky over the Galenki RT-70 radio telescope at the Titov Main Space Test Center in Russia's Primorye Territory on Dec. 14. Smityuk Yuri / TASS via Zuma Press A photo released on Jan. 6, 2015, shows one of the ...
 NBCNews.com1 month ago
Falling Object Over Las Vegas was Russian Space Debris on Dec. 22 (+Video)
(Before It's News) People across the city have seen an object flying across the Las Vegas Sky Tuesday night. MBIQ Detects CA NV AZ Space Trash Re-Entry 22DEC2015 http://lunarmeteoritehunters.blogspot.gr/ Many reports of object of 10-40 ...
 Before It's News1 month ago
Watch Space Junk Soar Across The Sky In This Selfie Stick Video
Is it a plane? Is it a meteor? No, it's more likely to be debris from a Russian rocket. The space junk soars across the sky in a spectacular video filmed by a selfie stick user in Thailand. Video posted to YouTube by Charnchai Jardpimai shows ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago
Space Junk Soars Across Sky In Video Filmed Using Selfie Stick
Is it a plane? Is it a meteor? No, it's more likely to be debris from a Russian rocket. The space junk soars across the sky in a spectacular video filmed by a selfie stick user in Thailand. Video posted to YouTube by Charnchai Jardpimai shows ...
 MyInforms1 month ago
Space Junk Soars Across Sky In Video Filmed Using Selfie Stick
Is it a plane? Is it a meteor? No, it's more likely to be debris from a Russian rocket. The space junk soars across the sky in a spectacular video filmed by a selfie stick user in Thailand. Video posted to YouTube by Charnchai Jardpimai shows ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago

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