Re: Can anyone verify that this was or was not a sat?

From: tlj18@juno.com
Date: Sun Jul 23 2000 - 23:05:13 PDT

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    On Sat, 15 Jul 2000 10:01:07 -0400 "Floyd Weaver" <floyd@floydweaver.com>
    writes:
    
    You have your own Internet server ?!
    
    > Fallen chunk of metal an unsolved mystery
    > Rotterdam -- Federal aviation investigators will decide today 
    > whether to
    > ship the 4-by-4-inch chunk of metal that damaged a car Monday 
    > morning out of
    > state after being unable to determine whether the piece came from an
    > airplane.
    > "We're going to bring this to a close ... at the local level,'' said 
    > Federal
    > Aviation Administration spokesman James Peters, who is based in New 
    > York
    > City.
    
    [.....]
    
    Has it been determined what sort of metal it is?  Does anyone know what
    kind of object this could be - is anyone except the FAA going to
    investigate?  
    
    Who says it came from an airplane, anyway!
    
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