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'No news' of satellite debris

Nasa is trying to establish where fragments from an obsolete satellite landed, when they crashed back to Earth overnight. Experts believe the satellite - which was the size of a bus - re-entered the Earth's atmosphere some time before 0600 BST. Kevin Yates from the National Space Centre charts its fall from space.

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