No matter how much money you spend to buy lottery tickets for Friday's more than half a billion Mega Millions jackpot, the odds are astronomically far from becoming a multi-millionaire.
Yet, the odds of overcoming 302 million to 1 Mega million in winning chances and winning the jackpot of $ 521 million this evening is far better than the chances that debris from a Chinese space station that will reach Earth on the Parts of the 9.4-tonne space station could spill over the ground in a vast area that spans about two-thirds of the city's 196 million square miles, or most likely fall into the ocean later this Saturday night. According to EuroNews.com, experts believe that the chances of a person being hit by the rubble are at least one trillion to one.
Their silly (and morbid) comments on space debris that might fall on NJ
"Heavenly Place" is expected to be everywhere from the border between South Dakota and Nebraska to Tasmania, an island nation off the south coast of Australia lands on earth. While New Jersey is on its very long journey, chances are extremely slim. You will see that this weekend something falls from the sky.
Experts point out that falling debris is likely to resemble tiny meteors. To be sure, experts say, not touching anything that falls from the sky as it could be toxic.
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No one has captured the Mega Millions jackpot since January 5, when Shane Missler, 20, of Port Richey, Florida, won the $ 451 million prize.
If you wonder, the other big multi-state lotto jackpot, Powerball, is currently priced at $ 50 million on Saturday.
Both the Mega Millions Jackpot and Powerball Jackpot odds of winning on Saturday are 88,412,922,115,183,000 to 1. That's more than 88 quadrillion to 1, meaning that it's a better chance of getting space junk to be hit, as on both consecutive days both large multi-state drawings to meet.
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