Ah, history repeating itself.
Over 32 years ago, NASA space station Skylab starting hurtling toward Earth. NASA scientists had no idea where it would land. Debris ended up in the Indian Ocean and sparsely populated Western Australia, thankfully.
The day of re-entry, at least one baby was named Skylab.
Currently, NASA’s Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite (UARS) is hurtling toward Earth. NASA scientists have no idea where it will land. It’s expected to re-enter the Earth’s atmosphere Friday evening (GMT).
Do you think any kids be named “Uars” tomorrow?