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Originally posted by karen61057
I predict it will land in the Indian Ocean off the east coast of Africa. Somewhere between Somalia, Tanzania and Kenya. Will we be told where it comes down so we can see who came closest?
Originally posted by Hundroid
Stay safe, but I find silly what the Italian authorities are suggesting..."stay inside"...as if a fragment of 140 kilos falling from the sky would be stopped by a thin concrete layer.
Nasa has said a six-ton satellite doomed to fall to Earth this week will not hit the U.S. as incredible video was captured showing the start of the spacecraft's descent.
Scientists today said that the Upper Atmospheric Research Satellite (UARS) will make its final fiery plunge on Friday afternoon when it is not due to be passing over North America.