Estimates from US Space Force data suggest that re-entry is likely to occur any time between 2am and 4am UK time. The remnants of the giant rocket are hurtling towards Earth at speeds of 18,000mph, making predictions about where it will land extremely difficult. So far, four possible orbits for re-entry have been calculated by US Space Force - three over water and one over the land.
Potential land sites include the Southeastern US, Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean, Peru, Ecuador Colombia, Venezuela, parts of Southern Europe, much of Northern and Central Africa, the Middle East, Southern India and Australia.
luckily they have narrowed the area right down so now they can just easily evacuate potentially affected areas.
sounds like everyone can take cover in Japan or Norway until it passes. whichever is easier. it's only coming in at 18,000mph so you have plenty of time to collect up a few of your valuables.
Edited by Victoria Watcher, 08 May 2021 - 04:19 PM.