NASA Satellite Crashes Into Sahara Desert

  • An old NASA satellite, known as the Reuven Ramaty High Energy Solar Spectroscopic Imager or Rhessi, fell to Earth over the Sahara Desert.
  • The agency said Thursday that they had received no reports of damage or injury from the spacecraft.
  • The crash occurred early in the morning in Sudan.
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