The U.S. military is developing contingency plans to deal with the possibility that a large spy satellite expected to fall to Earth in late February or early March could hit North America. [...]
Military agencies, he said, are doing an analysis to determine which pieces most likely would survive re-entry. But he cautioned that officials won't have much detail on where or when it will crash until it begins to move through the atmosphere and break up. [...]
The satellite includes some small engines that contain a toxic chemical called hydrazine—which is rocket fuel. But Renuart said they are not large booster engines with substantial amounts of fuel.
Posted by Space Cowboy at Wednesday, January 30, 2008
Air Force General Gene Renuart states that our own spy satellite will attempt to return, rather forcefully, to North America in an attempt to exact revenge upon its creator: