Where will China’s Tianong-1 Space Station Fall?

In 2016 Chinese officials confirmed the country’s first orbiting space station, Tianong-1, had to be scrapped after its functions failed. The module was launched in 2011 and hosted two crews of taikonauts (Chinese astronauts) in 2012 and 2013.

The station has been making an uncontrolled reentry into the Earth’s atmosphere and it is expected that several and/or many big pieces will hit Earth soon. Question is, where?

As the Daily Mail notes, one of the likely places is Michigan. Click this link for more.

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