Comments:US military says 'fireballs' spotted over Texas are not related to satellite collision

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Mario has to lay off the fire flowers. Fephisto (talk) 12:23, 21 February 2009 (UTC)

quick to dismiss...[edit]

A Kosmos satellite that crashed over northern Canada a couple of decades ago was powered by a nuclear thermocouple. I wonder if this is why they were so quick to dismiss the idea the fireballs were related to the crash? Geo Swan (talk) 00:30, 24 February 2009 (UTC)