As you may have noticed, a large NASA satellite is expected to crash into the earth sometime this week, but fortunately not in DC, according to the Post’s Joel Achenbach:
This just in: Washington will be spared when the NASA satellite UARS crashes to Earth. So will Manhattan. Indeed, the entire East Coast of the U.S. looks safe as I examine the projected crash map.
This isn’t class warfare, it’s just physics.
You can watch the 20-year-old satellite, which right now is moving (at about 4.7 miles per second) over the South Pacific, with this service: