Here's the video of the fiery re-entry of the Jules Verne Autonomous Transport Vehicle , the huge European Space Agency spacecraft that carried almost five tonnes of food, air, water and fuel on board the International Space Station. It was taken in high definition from a NASA's DC-8 at 37,000 feet, 90 miles north of the entry path. The debris was scattered through a 157,000-square-mile corridor about 1,250 miles east of New Zealand, where hobbits everywhere thought it was Sauron was coming back to eat them all deep-fried. [Aviation Week ]