Around 9 pm EDT
, give or take seven hours probably in the Pacific Ocean
. That’s the latest forecast from NASA
for the UARS satellite
to impact Earth
this evening. C’mon, this isn’t brain surgery, it’s rocket science!
How hard can it be to predict when this unguided tangled mass of metal
? Very hard.
Once it reaches the atmosphere and starts to burn up, all the tracking devices on the orbiter will burn up and they will lose sight of it all together. Good luck everybody
, but I’m sure you’ll be just fine
.The weather looks rough in the East today and tomorrow.
A good fetch of wind off the Gulf Of Mexico is reaching all the way into New England, making it a tropical atmosphere able to hold plenty of water for rain
. The cold front that has been channeling the rain out of the South is still across the MW, but will make headway into the NE this weekend. Rain will tally around 2-5” from the Mid Atlantic to the NE through Sunday. Flood watches are posted from NC to MA to account for that.