NASA is narrowing the timeframe on when a 6-ton satellite is expected to collide with Earth.
NASA said late Friday that the satellite is now expected to fall
from the sky between 11:45 p.m. EDT and 12:45 a.m. EDT Saturday.
Canada and Africa are in the potential crosshairs, although most
of the satellite should burn up during re-entry. The United States
isn’t entirely out of the woods; the possible strike zone skirted