Debris from the satellite is believed to have fallen over Canada and three of the world's largest oceans.
Speculation over where exactly debris from the Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite would fall has been hitting headlines for over a week, with assurances from space officials suggesting the chances of anyone being hurt by it being less than 1 in 3,200. While the exact location of the debris has yet to be determined, it appears that the pieces did indeed fall in uninhabitated regions.
"Tracking of the satellite, which broke up during its re-entry through the atmosphere, showed it was passing eastwards over Canada and areas of open ocean."
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