NASA's abandoned 6-ton UARS Satellite probably crashed in the northern Pacific Ocean, the space agency said today -- though it conceded it did not know precisely where any remains may have come down. It said it did not believe anyone on the ground was injured.
"We don't know where the re-entry point exactly was. We don't exactly know where the debris field is," said Nicholas Johnson, NASA's chief scientist for orbital debris. He said there were "no credible" reports that anyone saw pieces of...Full Story