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The Russian Aerospace Agency says the 130-ton Mir space station will return to Earth this February, Though it is supposed to fall into the ocean, Moscow authorities have refrained from guaranteeing that the 14-year-old craft will not hit a populated area on land. The spacecraft, though failing, lasted longer than most believed it ever would and saw many historic events, including the first “alleged case of sexual harassment in space, when a Russian planted a kiss on the lips of a female Canadian astronaut.”

In related news, the bankrupt system of Irridium cellphone satellites seemed, last week, to have been saved from fiery re-entry. Iridium Satellite LLC sent out a press release saying so, but then retracted the statement only hours later, saying the statement was a mistake.

To read the Mir source article, go to foxnews.com. For the two Irridium statements, click zdii.com and zdii.com.

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