LOS ANGELES (CBS) — Aerospace Corporation of El Segundo is on Satellite Watch and they suggest that falling six-ton satellite now has a chance to hit the Western Pacific Ocean and Western US — including California.

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The El Segundo company has a contract with the Air Force to analyze all their tracking data. And as of 3:45 Friday, they say there is a possible impact zone that includes California.

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NASA expects most of the space junk to burn up in the Earth’s atmosphere — the satellite itself is supposed to be about the size of a school bus — but some of the bigger pieces  could remain in intact and some of them might weigh as much as 300 pounds.

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If you’d like to track the satellite’s travels, click on the following link.