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NASA satellite debris or hoax?

By Raju Das

SHILLONG, Sept 27 � With the whole world wondering where on Earth did NASA�s defunct climate satellite fall last Friday, discovery of a �strange� wrought metal piece today at St Edmund�s school has led to excitement.

Although the exact date of the ruffled metal piece�s discovery is being debated, nonetheless students of the school are excited with many being �pretty sure� it is one of the many debris of NASA UARS climate satellite that plummeted to Earth.

The metal piece was discovered by the gardener of the school, Batri Singh � some say on September 17 while others say about four days back � near the Rector�s office.

A substantial portion of the metal, Singh said, was found buried inside the ground and the branches and barks of adjacent trees show sign of a heavy impact. �Initially I wondered about the metal piece and so today extracted it out of the ground. The Principal asked me to put it back at the place it had fallen,� Singh said.

The Principal Sylvanus Lamare said he called the police to verify the �object.� He added that with no high rise building near the campus it was quite strange to find the metal object in the area and the trees does bear impression of an impact from a heavy object from above.

Meanwhile, a police team together with the bomb disposal squad inspected the metal and further investigation was on.

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NASA satellite debris or hoax?

SHILLONG, Sept 27 � With the whole world wondering where on Earth did NASA�s defunct climate satellite fall last Friday, discovery of a �strange� wrought metal piece today at St Edmund�s school has led to excitement.

Although the exact date of the ruffled metal piece�s discovery is being debated, nonetheless students of the school are excited with many being �pretty sure� it is one of the many debris of NASA UARS climate satellite that plummeted to Earth.

The metal piece was discovered by the gardener of the school, Batri Singh � some say on September 17 while others say about four days back � near the Rector�s office.

A substantial portion of the metal, Singh said, was found buried inside the ground and the branches and barks of adjacent trees show sign of a heavy impact. �Initially I wondered about the metal piece and so today extracted it out of the ground. The Principal asked me to put it back at the place it had fallen,� Singh said.

The Principal Sylvanus Lamare said he called the police to verify the �object.� He added that with no high rise building near the campus it was quite strange to find the metal object in the area and the trees does bear impression of an impact from a heavy object from above.

Meanwhile, a police team together with the bomb disposal squad inspected the metal and further investigation was on.

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— Dalai Lama(THIS IS STATIC)