Author Topic: Astronauts Diary Survives Fall From Space  (Read 460 times)

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Offline Kristen

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That is totally amazing to me.
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I agree, it is very sad, but it makes sense. Once the diary fell from the burning wreckage it would slow down enough to reduce atmospheric friciton and fall to earth. I think it's very cool that the Israeli government preserved the diary and put it in a museum.
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I think it's also amazing that after surviving the explosion it also survived sitting on the ground for weeks in soggy conditions.

I agree, it is very sad, but it makes sense. Once the diary fell from the burning wreckage it would slow down enough to reduce atmospheric friciton and fall to earth. I think it's very cool that the Israeli government preserved the diary and put it in a museum.
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I wonder what else is out there?
Sounds interesting...Go on.