NASA says satellite fell in South Pacific

After days of seeming uncertainty, 
official satellite-watchers announced Tuesday that a dead NASA satellite broke up over the South Pacific, 
about as far away from large land masses as you can get.

NASA said the U.S. Air Force calculated that the 20-year-old Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite entered Earth’s atmosphere generally above American Samoa at midnight ET Friday. Pieces of it started hitting the water another 300 miles (480 kilometers) to the northeast, southwest of Christmas Island, NASA said.


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