* Not to be confused with Cosmos-Iridium incident...
CTV.ca News Staff
It was enough of a concern that the North American Aerospace Defense Command -- better known as NORAD -- called the Canadian government to let them know that a piece of space debris was headed towards Calgary.
And the debris was big: a piece of an unmanned Russian rocket, 10 square metres in size.
The rocket had blasted off from Kazakhstan on Tuesday and carried materials for the International Space Station. And when it re-entered the Earth's atmosphere, things got a little scary for the province of Alberta.
Read the story HERE.
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