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Elon Musk launched a Telsa Roadster into space last week.


Well, three scientists just took a close look at the vehicle's orbit over the next million years, and they found there is a slight chance the car might crash into Earth or Venus.
Don't panic. The chance is pretty small -- somewhere around 6 percent for Earth and 2.5 percent for Venus. And a million years is a very long time -- our species has only been around for about a fifth of that span. There's plenty of room for civilization-ending catastrophes to occur long before the Tesla re-enters Earth's atmosphere. Besides, the car would likely burn up before reaching the surface.

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