After another piece of space junk is expected to fall to Earth on October 22 or 23 less than a month, the dissolution of NASA satellite fell into the Pacific Ocean, the German ROSAT satellite should enter our atmosphere to enter this weekend and rest. 280 miles per hour faster chip according to Space.com
Although the chances are fairly slim? This one could beat (about 2,000), you might want to damage if hit chunks of space junk in your house or car if your insurance company will pay. (Well, you might be more worried about what would happen if the bullets hit a 280-mile you , but I’m sure the insurance you care about the.)
Well, you can Relax. Dam age and falling objects usually in the standard of living, car and home insurance policies cover, according to the Insurance Information Institute.
homeowner policies include damage to the home and the items inside of it. If the falling satellite (or any debris) auto policy covers accidents caused by damage to the optional integrated part of the car, as well as responsibility for part of the policy will kick in if the insured was hit, was killed by space junk life insurance policy will pay beneficiaries.
This allows you to rest assured, is not it?