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Crippled spy satellite threatens Earth

A large U.S. spy satellite has lost power and could hit the Earth in late February or early March, government officials said Saturday.

A U.S. spy satellite has lost power, is out of control, and could contain hazardous rocket fuel. Oh, and by the way, it will probably crash into an unknown part of our planet sometime in February or March, according to the National Security Council. On top of that, spy secrets could be revealed if the satellite is recovered by a foreign country. One possibility being considered is blowing up the satellite with a missile.

Read the full story on Myway: Disabled spy satellite threatens Earth.