A defunct satellite entered the atmosphere early Sunday and pieces of it were expected to crash into the earth, the German Aerospace Center said.

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The German Roentgen Satellite, or ROSAT, has been gradually tumbling from orbit and could fall to Earth today or Sunday. The satellite was launched in 1990 but has been languishing in a dead orbit since BERLIN — A defunct satellite entered the atmosphere early Sunday and pieces of it were expected to crash into the earth, the German Aerospace Center said. A defunct entered the atmosphere early Sunday and pieces of it were expected to crash the Earth. Falling satellite enters atmosphere, scientists Another defunct is due to fall to earth today. This one belongs to y (in case you find any of it). Tags: falling, satellite, enters, atmosphere, [Updated 10:54 p.m. ET] A defunct has entered the atmosphere, the Aerospace Center reported Sunday morning. "There is currently no confirmation if pieces of debris have reached Earth's surface," it said. Up to A defunct entered the atmosphere early Sunday and pieces of it were expected to crash into the earth, the Aerospace Centre said. This story was updated at 10:55 a.m. ET. A defunct is expected to plunge to Earth this week, but exactly when and where the will fall remains a mystery.

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