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Space rocket debris found in Amazon

A fisherman in Brazil's Amazon region has found a large piece of debris from a European space launch.
The debris is about the size of a car and features the logo of the UK Space Agency, and European satellite company Arianespace.
People stood around a large piece of metal amongst bushes. The metal has UK SPACE AGENCY written on it.
A fisherman in Brazil's Amazon region has found a large piece of debris from a European space launch. 73-year-old Manuel Alves dos Santos said the authorities didn't believe him when he reported it!
People stood around a large piece of metal amongst bushes. The metal has UK SPACE AGENCY written on it.
Julia Short from the UK Space Agency confirmed that the debris was from the launch a satellite last year. She said: "It probably landed in the Atlantic and then floated inland."
People stood around a large piece of metal amongst bushes. The metal has UK SPACE AGENCY written on it.
Brazilian authorities in northern Para state said they would contact the UK Space Agency and ask them to collect the object.
People stood around a large piece of metal amongst bushes. The metal has UK SPACE AGENCY written on it.
The man said he found the metal object floating on a remote river in the municipality of Salinopolis.
People stood around a large piece of metal amongst bushes. The metal has UK SPACE AGENCY written on it.