Debris from a Chinese rocket is expected to plunge through the earth’s atmosphere this weekend.
Scientists say it is unclear when and where exactly it will land — but they say it will most likely be in an ocean or the wilderness.
NBC News reports that there is a tiny chance that the scattered pieces of the rocket could hit Abuja, Beijing, New York, Los Angeles, Madrid, or Rio de Janeiro.
Scientists believe that the risk of it harming anyone after it re-enters the planet’s atmosphere is small but not impossible.
The Long March 5B rocket was launched on April 29 at the…