Monday, September 19, 2011

WATCH YOUR HEAD FOR SATELLITE DEBRIS!

Hello there!
By the end of this week, leftovers of a climate satellite will be falling back to the Earth... So just in case, look up!  For more information, please click here...
This is what our Earth looks like... All the white dots are SATELLITE DEBRIS!
It seems we need to learn how to keep the OUTSIDE of our Earth clean too!

8 comments:

Clara G said...

Hi Miss Florence
Wow!
I have read some information about the satellite debris. I really didn´t know that a dead climate satellite that has been circling in the earth for 20 years!
From the photo that you have showed to us there are many satellite debris!
I will be wathcing my head!
jajja
See you on Monday!
Clara G

Tomas .G said...

Hi Miss Ale,
That is really interesting and is also kind of funny. I think the sattelites get to close to the earth and the gravity pules it towards it and thats why its falling. There are a lot of sattalites that it covers a lot of space in the picture. Like clara said i will be watching my head.
See you tomorow!!!

Hugo P said...

Hello Miss Florence,
I also never knew anything about it and that phot shows actually how much satelite debris there actually is around our planet.
I will hope a satelite doesn't fall on my house, or me!
See you on tuesday
Hugo P

Matias O said...

Hi miss Florence I agree with all of the peoples that put comment does this has something to do with the thing that happend that the thought that was a meteor.

Jacques G said...

This is an interesting point because I did not KNOW BY 20 YERAS SATELLITES HAVE BEEN CIRCLING EARTH!!!

Mariano P said...

Hi Miss Florence

I am very surprise because I studied about satelites in Knew York but I did not know much like that satelites go around the erth for 20 years ore that satelits meashure weather. And I did not know that there were so meny satelites on earth. I will try to look up on frday

See You Tomorow

Benjamin.p said...

Hi Miss florence
Wow I can´t believe it.
I didn´t know nothing of satellite derbits. I really find it interesing that a dead climate satellite that has been cricling in the earth for 20 years!!!! The photo is incredible.
See you tomorrow

juan ignacio S.S. said...

hi miss florence
wow
i thought there were some peices but i just can say wow.

see ya tomorrow
iñaki