Authorities Revealed! China’s First Space Station Tiangong-1 is Expected To Crash To Earth Soon

Shocking! Authorities have revealed that China’s first space station Tiangong-1 is going to fall back to the planet between March 31 and April 6. Read the full story here

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Authorities Revealed! China’s First Space Station Tiangong-1 is Expected To Crash To Earth Soon

Chinese first prototype station, Tiangong-1, going to fall uncontrolled out of space and will hit on earth, And we don't know where or when it will hit. But, experts have a lot to reveal in this matter.

The European Space Agency has been observing the situation and making some prediction based on the current situation. Knowing the fact that space station is moving too fast and its uncontrollable, European Space Agency was actually facing some difficulties to fetch the specific re-entry date. Although, it was approximately laying between March 24 and April 19. But, now trackers are getting more specific now.

Also, Marco Langbroek, an archaeologist, predicted that the space station will re-enter the atmosphere within three days of March 31. Yes he tweeted about the same.

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The latest forecast of ESA and prediction revealed by the Marco Langbroek is closely matches. That means the re-entry will occur between March 30 and April 6.

They also revealed that the space station is going to fall on earth and it will fall somewhere between 43 degrees latitude, North, and South. The space station can highly target number of cities include Christchurch and some other highly populated cities including New York, Barcelona, Beijing, Chicago, Istanbul, Rome, and Toronto.

Area Prediction Image

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China's Tiangong-1 space station was launched in 2011 and hosted two crew mission during its life. The main difficulty occurring is that Tiangong-1 space station stopped responding to commands back in March 2016. We can say that it is like a dead space station, it simply means that it is like impossible for China to instruct this station to return Earth and burn up over the Pacific ocean.

Well, you don’t need to worry about, as according to ESA the personal probability of being hit by a piece of debris from the Tiangong-1 is actually 10 million times smaller than the yearly chance of being hit by lightning."


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