Burning space junk to light up UAE skies tonight
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Stargazers in UAE could be in for a rare treat tonight.

The UAE Space Agency issued a statement on its Instagram account, giving residents the heads-up on incoming space junk which may be visible without a telescope.

"The latest results of the UAE Space Agency and International Astronomy Centre's ongoing space debris monitoring suggest the potential for industrial debris from a recent launch to the International Space Station @iss to fall over UAE territory.

"The debris will disintegrate and burn up upon entering the Earth's atmosphere, a process that may be visible with the naked eye this evening."  

 

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