Click the link above to follow the ground track of ESA's GOCE Earth Explorer mission, launched 17 March 2009.
There is no chance of us being affected or even seeing any evidence of this burn up. 70% of the Earth’s surface is water, meaning there’s only a 30% chance of the satellite debris hitting a landmass. The chance of anyone seeing or hearing anything from this satellite reentry is less than seeing the partial eclipse last week and how many people even know that was coming, let alone see it.
Read more in Time Magazine online, Science and Space section: Duck! Here Comes a Satellite | TIME.com http://science.time.com/2013/11/08/duck-falling-satellite-arrives-on-sunday/#ixzz2kFgndFam