A tool bag, which gave astronauts the slip, can be seen floating in space
A MARTÍNEZ, HOST:
Good morning, I'm A Martínez. The stars have some new hardware, specifically a white tool bag lost by NASA astronauts while on a repair mission. According to the website EarthSky, the tools shine as bright in the night sky as the ice planet Uranus. So bright that you can see them with binoculars. Just look for the International Space Station in the night sky. The tools should be floating just ahead of the station for the next few months before they thankfully burn up in our atmosphere.
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