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Topics: Satellites, UARS

Saturday, 24 September 2011

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(Working) satellite images of Hawaii only show massive cloud cover such as this

HOUSTON, Tx.--The UARS, the 6.5 ton pain in the rump satellite that promised to crack Earth's atmosphere, break into at least 26 pieces, and fall on us, landed into the Pacific Ocean Friday night.

Luckily, no on was harmed as NASA reports that all the pieces fell into the ocean water.

Family members and friends of those living in Hawaii are, however, unnerved by the fact that they are unable to contact their loved ones on the U.S.'s 50th state.

"I've been trying since last night to call home," said 'Aukai Kekoa, who has lived in Sacramento, California, for the past six years. "I keep getting this message 'Unable to place your call at this time or any time in the near future.'

The Website of Honolulu's major newspaper, the Star Advertiser, appeared to be shutdown as well.

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