Two satellites to carefully avoid a 32,800 mph crash on Wednesday over Pittsburgh

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On Wednesday evening (29 January), two redundant spacecraft will whisk past each other over Pittsburgh at 32,800 mph (14.7km / second) in the atmosphere. The disposal could threaten spacecraft around the planet if the two satellites collided.

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