U.S. to scatter satellite debris across Canada

Oh good. Maybe we can pick away at the smoldering debris and learn how U.S. spy satellites are made. Oh, and get cancer. We can also get cancer.
Satellite Shoot-Down Set: Intercept Near Hawaii; Debris Cloud Over Canada (Updated) | Danger Room from Wired.com

As you probably know by now, the U.S. military is going to try to shoot down a dying satellite on Thursday, around 10:30 pm eastern time, before it plummets into the atmosphere. Satellite-watchers have figured out where the Navy cruiser will take its shot — and where the debris cloud is likely to go afterwards.

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