Air Force Tracks Falling Space Junk, and You Can Too (Video)
Where in the world will the space junk fall? A dead space satellite is falling to earth and is expected to hit the ground on Friday. And figuring out where is a job the Air Force has taken under its wing.
The Joint Space Operations Center of US Strategic Command at Vandenberg Air Force Base in Southern California is tracking the satellite - a 6.5-ton, school bus-size piece of equipment. NASA sent the climate satellite into space two decades ago, according to the Los Angeles Times.
With more about the Air Force's work tracking the satellite, here's a video report from the Pentagon Channel: