Watch this Space Mystery cosmic ray and killing the International Space Station

The 109-meter wide International Space Station (ISS) poses a unique challenge as it’s too large to completely burn up in Earth’s atmosphere upon reentry. Dubbed “Amaterasu” after the Japanese sun goddess, scientists discovered a mysterious high-energy particle with the same name, hinting at celestial phenomena. Meanwhile, concerns arise about the responsible party for disposing of the ISS. The article navigates the peculiarities of the space station’s fate, highlighting its size-related complications and drawing a curious parallel with Japanese mythology. The mention of Amaterasu as both a particle and a mythical entity adds an intriguing dimension to the discussion on space phenomena. By Coshorts

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