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Item #: SCP-XXXX
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An instance of SCP-XXXX.

Special Containment Procedures: Foundation agents embedded within all major space programs are to coordinate the suppression of evidence of SCP-XXXX. Amateur astronomy communities are to be monitored for any possible reports of SCP-XXXX activity, with particular attention being paid to individuals known to have access to telescopes with a resolution of 0.02 arc-seconds or less.

Presently, no instances of SCP-XXXX have survived atmospheric reentry, and thus require no active containment efforts.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a series of human corpses that lay scattered along Earth's orbital trajectory. These corpses will inevitably reenter Earth's atmosphere unless otherwise interfered with. Outside of originating from outer space, these corpses are believed to be non-anomalous. Since initial discovery on 3 September 2053 by the Keck 1 telescope crew, 13 instances have been confirmed to have reentered Earth's atmosphere.

Efforts to recover an instance of SCP-XXXX are ongoing.

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Critters:
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