NASA officials estimate that a defunct 6.5-ton satellite will re-enter the Earth's atmosphere this on Friday, according to a story on Space.com.
Much of the satellite is expected to burn up upon re-entry, but some pieces will make it back to Earth intact, according to the report. NASA says there is a 1-in-3,200 chance that satellite debris could hit a person, though the organization considers it to be remote. Exactly where the debris will fall is unknown.
Read the Space.com story HERE.