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Time for Chicken Little? Astrophysicist Says Maybe

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Time for Chicken Little? Astrophysicist Says Maybe

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Time for Chicken Little? Astrophysicist Says Maybe

Time for Chicken Little? Astrophysicist Says Maybe

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A U.S. spy satellite has lost power and is now on its way back to Earth. It's expected to land in the next few weeks.

On our blog, astrophysicist Summer Ash gives the latest on a very special hunk of space junk.

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