Mysterious 'Space Ball' Crashes in Namibia

By September, the PTO ordered several pieces of playground equipment, including a futuristic-looking Spaceball climbing structure, a Neutron Spinner, Spring Fling Tri-Teeter, Zig-Zag Balance Beam, Log Roll and a Cat Tail climbing post for a total cost

A LARGE metallic ball has fallen out of the sky on a remote grassland in Namibia, prompting baffled authorities to contact NASA and the European space agency. The hollow ball with a circumference of 1.1 metres was found near a village in the north of

A "CompositeOverwrapped Pressure Vessel" is apparently just some space junk. In order to back this up, the author puts photos up that are of confirmed COPVs. It's not terribly hard to see how similar the "Space Ball" and one

"A large metallic ball has fallen from the heavens and landed in a remote region of Namibia, spurring a lot of speculation about its origins and spurring local authorities to get NASA and the European Space Agency on the

Open Space Arts, a community theater group in Reisterstown, is hosting a Winter Masquerade Ball, Friday, Dec. 23, 7-11:30 pm, at the Woman's Club of Glyndon's Clubhouse, 4627 Butler Road in Glyndon. Cost is $15 per person, $20 per couple,