Nancy Welke of Merrill, Michigan, found the satellite on her property just before 9:00 a.m. on Saturday. Samsung Space Selfie satellite crashes in Michigan. When Nancy Welke went outside, she found a device that appeared to be from outer space, still making some weird noise. And you could read “Samsung Space Selfie” on it. A Samsung satellite has crash-landed onto a Michigan property, just one week into its mission to send people’s selfies to space. The satellite was used in a Samsung … Samsung Satellite Crashes Into Family's Backyard (wzzm13.com) 63 Posted by EditorDavid on Sunday October 27, 2019 @10:24AM from the mission-in-Michigan dept. Samsung's 'space selfie' pseudo satellite that was sent to the outer reaches of the stratosphere so that users could have their selfies be shown in space crash … Oct. 27 (UPI) --A Michigan couple were shocked to investigate a loud noise outside their home and find a Samsung "SpaceSelfie" satellite had crash landed in … A woman said she heard something crash onto her property on the Saginaw and Gratiot County line around 8:45 this morning. A Samsung satellite crash-landed in a Michigan couple's yard on Saturday morning. A Michigan woman said that a device launched by Samsung into space last week crash-landed on her rural property in Michigan on Saturday. A satellite launched by Samsung into space last week crash-landed near a US couple's rural home. A couple in Michigan heard a crash Saturday morning and went outside to find a Samsung ‘selfie’ satellite in their yard. Welke wrote in a caption alongside a photo of the satellite posted to Facebook: “Unbelievable. The Space Selfie device, which the company said aimed to capture images "using a … The "Space Selfie" device, which the …

Business Insider reports that a Michigan couple had an interesting Saturday morning when a Samsung-owned satellite crash-landed in their yard. A Samsung spokesperson blamed the crash landing on unexpected weather conditions in a statement provided to the Detroit Free Press: "Earlier today, Samsung … Samsung's "Space Selfie" project sent celebrity selfies on a high-altitude balloon miles into the atmosphere, but crash landed on a Michigan horse farm.