Bringing you the best of the Web, today’s installment is from Spaceweather.com. It shows a 3-D view of the particles left over from the collision of two satellites last month. Cross your eyes till the two globes merge and you can see what I mean. Too small? Click here for a large version, a screen-filler. The yellow dots are pieces of the Russian satellite that will be entering the atmosphere this month.
Graphic: Tom Wagner of Waterloo, Iowa via Spaceweather.com