Space station tosses 2.9-ton hunk of space junk overboard. It will stay in orbit for years.

The International Space Station received somewhat lighter final week.

The orbiting lab discarded a 2.9-ton (2.6 metric tons) pallet of used batteries on Thursday morning (March 11) — probably the most large object it has ever jettisoned, NASA spokesperson Leah Cheshier told Gizmodo.



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