Metal thought to be International Space Station trash rips through Florida home

Nasa investigates cylindrical slab believed to be part of discarded battery pallet that tore through Naples house

Nasa is investigating after a sizable chunk of metal believed to be part of a discarded battery pallet from the International Space Station crashed through the roof and two stories of a house in Florida.

Engineers for the American outer space exploration agency are analyzing the cylindrical slab, which weighs about 2lb and tore through the home in Naples on the afternoon of 8 March.

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