NASA says it expected space station garbage to burn up. The debris smashed into a Florida home instead

That’s quite an unusual occurrence. When trash is released from the International Space Station, NASA typically expects it to burn up entirely in Earth’s atmosphere. Incidents where the debris survives reentry and does significant damage are very rare. However, safety protocols are in place to help minimize the chance of this occurring. Do you have any additional questions on this topic?

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