We're going to turn now to the heads up warning to, well, every single one of us, a satellite the size of an suv is barrelling towards earth and no one is exactly sure where it's going to crash.... See More
We're going to turn now to the heads up warning to, well, every single one of us, a satellite the size of an suv is barrelling towards earth and no one is exactly sure where it's going to crash. They're desperately trying to make last-minute estimates. Abc's rob nelson has more on this. Reporter: Good morning, everyone. The bad news is that this satellite is indeed hurdling toward the planet the good news it should not pose much of a threat to us earthlings. They're keeping a close eye on the skies as predictions continue about where this huge satellite will hand. This morning, a satellite is barrelling straight toward earth. In the movie gravity, russia bl blew one o its satellite to. In real life, this suv-sized four--year-old satellite is expected to land quietly today or tomorrow. We cannot see where the entry is going to happen, except it's not going to happen north of 85, or south of 85. Reporter: This includes nearly the whole planet. Earlier this year, the world witnessed a light show put on by a meteor as it crash landed in russia. Nasa points out that the ces of retired space junk actually hitting you on its way back to earth is 1 in 32,000. My advice is to be outside if you see it coming -- run. Reporter: If you're still afraid, not to worry. Most of this burns up when it re-enters in the atmosphere. Reporter: She keeping it real this morning. This satellite was launched back in 2009. It has simply run out of fuel. It's expected to burn up in the atmosphere, meaning that george clooney and sandra bullock, should be fine. Her advice -- if you see space junk -- run. Run! All right, a little dramatic reading from rob nelson this morning. Thank you very much. Keeping it real. To someone who's always keeping it real, ginger zee here for a check of the weather.
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