posted on Sep, 20 2011 @ 11:15 PM
As some of you know the UARS also known as the Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite will be coming down at the end of this week. All I have heard about
it is that it should not hit main land. Well I find that hard to believe and this is why.
If you go to Satellite Tracking
I have the link set up on the 5-DAY PREDICTIONS FOR UARS as it is going
to fall down on earth this week. I checked each little box and it doesn't look good.
It looks like the satellite is going to fall anywhere from the midwest to the east coast. I know I heard on one of the media networks there is a 7,000
mile gap of where it might fall and they will not have an idea of where it might land until about 2 hours into it's decent back down.
My question is, Why are they not preparing people more for what may happen? and is it possible if it was going to land on such a heavily populated
area that they could blow it out of the sky so to speak?
I am worried only because I live in the general area of where this thing might land.
Please I would love to hear thoughts on this.
Fox news story on
Usa today shows that it's not going to hit us???
Only thing NASA has on their site.
edit on 20-9-2011 by KingJod because: Added links.