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Suspected debris from SpaceX capsule crashes into farmland in Australia

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Part of what is suspected to be a SpaceX capsule has crashed into farmland in Australia, according to farmers and an astrophysicist. The material fortunately hit the Earth a long distance away from both of the farmers' residential property and livestock.
Suspected debris from SpaceX capsule crashes into farmland in Australia
13 days ago·Hawthorne, United States

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News18 India

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The farm where the debris crashed belonged to a resident named Mick Miners. Mick’s family heard a loud bang, after which, Mick went into the field to inspect the source of the noise.

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The Guardian

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The Independent

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ABC Australia

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Sky News

Suspected debris from SpaceX capsule crashes into farmland in Australia

After being startled by a bang at about 7am on Saturday, two farmers in New South Wales discovered what seemed to be space equipment scattered across their sheep paddocks.

13 days ago·United Kingdom
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Metro News

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Apparently from a distance it looks just like a burnt tree.

13 days ago·London, United Kingdom
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