This would be the weather satellite the Chinese so charmingly decided to blow up and fill low orbit with tens of thousands of pieces of debris. It'd be justice if the Tiangong 1 unmanned space station took a broadside.
Crew on the International Space Station will no longer have to hide from a possible collision with some space debris, after NASA flight controllers decided it posed no threat to the station. The ISS 'nauts had been told to take shelter in their Soyuz spacecraft in case the debris from the Fengyun 1C, a Chinese satellite, hit …
Yay! The ISS, symbol of the FREE WORLD is safe from hurtling debris left by those BAD COMMIES the EEEEVIL CHINESE! (Not the GOOD COMMIES, the Russians, they are our FRIENDS, because they love FREEDOM!)
Footnote: please ignore any US space debris, as it poses no threat at all, no siree! Not done no darn threat y'all, havin' a nice day now, y'hear?
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