NASA satellite to crash to Earth this week
A defunct 6.5-Ton UARS or Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite was launched into orbit in 1991. Its primary mission is to collect the measurements of Ozone and other present chemicals in the Atmosphere.
Completed mission in 2005,UARS Slowly losing its altitude by Earth’s Gravity.
This coming Friday, september 23, 2011, the 35 foot long, 15 foot diameter almost same size as the Tour Bus is expected to enter the atmosphere and expected to plunge to Earth.
Scientist expect 1,100 pounds of pieces to survive its fiery entry.
NASA said the debris will mostly likely to fall into ocean or in land or in uninhabited region of Earth
NASA said there are no reports of any deaths or injuries to people from falling debris.
You can read the updates being published by NASA:
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