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NASA: Dead Satellite Headed For Earth [VIDEO]

What goes up…must come down.

NASA via Getty Images

 Back in 1991 a satellite carried to space on the shuttle Discovery is about to fall to Earth, only problem is NASA has no idea where the dead satellite will hit. NASA says the satellite will hit Earth on or around September 23rd.

The space agency predicts the satellite will break up into two dozen pieces as it makes it descent with the odds of it hitting someone about 1/3,200. The only continent that will not be hit with any debris is Antarctica.

Now do your best “chicken little” as you check out the video…

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