Satellite falls back to Earth

NASA’s Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite, launched in 1991 and decommissioned in 2005, fell on Friday night. The satellite fell back to Earth at 12 am EDT. It landed somewhere in the Pacific Ocean, in the form of 26 pieces, the largest of which weighed 330 pounds.

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A favorite of some, unnoticed by others, the army tank that used to sit just north of the Myers academic building has disappeared from campus.

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The Thorn had a chance to sit down with Dr. Michio Kaku, theoretical physicist, futurist, and professor for a personal interview.

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Welcome to Indie Game of the Week! This week the Thorn reviews Proun, a racing game by Joost van Dongen that’s quite a bit more abstract than is par for the course in the genre.

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To make a long story short, each party brought something noteworthy to the table, but the album was less than the sum of its tracks.

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Regardless of the director or the producer, it was the trailer for this movie that had me expecting a blockbuster. A quiet small-town atmosphere, a group of child stars and every other shot being either a colorful scene or an explosion; this looked different. I went in believing that it was going to be special, probably because the trailer didn’t lend itself to the semi-run-of-the-mill summer movie tribute that it turned out to be.

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