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Critics are fuming over potentially toxic Russian rocket about to crash in the Arctic

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jun 03, 2016 01:05 AM
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by Lacy Cooke last modified Jun 02, 2016

This upcoming weekend, parts of a Russian rocket may crash in Canadian Arctic waters. Debris from the rocket might still contain hydrazine, a toxic fuel. It is unclear who will clean up the debris or what the environmental impact will be in a place that's home to polar bears and whales. The rocket is a ballistic missile circa the Cold War. According to reporting by the Canadian Press service, only two countries in the world still use hydrazine, and Russia is one of them. Related:...





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