A Speck of Dust Chips the Window of the International Space Station

A tiny dust particle was the likely cause of a chip found in an ISS window, revealing the serious threat potential of space debris.
2:54 | 05/13/16

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Time now for the makes you know when you're driving and suddenly a little trouble comes to hit the wing idea it was a little like spider web without crack we'll take a look at this photo. Nobody here is still rent spent an inch diameter and it however this this weekend. By British after not ten peak. When looking out the window of the International Space Station is now where you want to see that now he generally don't want the latest crack at the ISS sniping at. It's a cause that. A speck of dust. I think they're going so fast and outer space they get a death flights so fat that just a speck of dust. Can have that much of an impact but they say the glass is so incredibly thick that. Not to worry that everything is fine I wonder how clean is faced. Kirk apparently not not at all on the apartment my house. Or from something that fast to something really really slow look at this this is in hungry at a zoo. That poor slot this hanging out eating and then I. Oh deals as food look at this slow look of outrage on the phone. So this happened several days ago and just this morning the slot responded saying that's what the heck is that about. Come. Boca. Positive example Laurie Warren. All the way they're all the stories. And the world news hold down. Takes their role in any way to slow down his I'm Koppel Joseph. The weight gain you're not wearing brand so grab you. Again everybody dance. Have some fun PM mountain everything your diet now. Yeah. There are a few feet grew up close and. And as well yeah. When the L and hey Helen. That's working the graveyard shift that's why we don't work. So why do you maybe CNN's. Odd thing.

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