Tomorrow, NASA's Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite
is set to fall to Earth. Nobody is sure where it will crash.
Given that 2/3 of the planet is oceans, the odds of
course would favor it falling in the ocean.
But I got $10 that says that it will fall in the Ulaan
Ereg area of central Mongolia.
Why? No reason at all other than it looks like a pretty
cool area. Call it a gut feeling.
I just hope it doesn't hit any voles.
The Ulaan Ereg ("Red Cliffs") of Mongolia.
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