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Where Will China's Space Station Land?

Experts say parts of the nearly 9-ton space station could land anywhere, including a city.
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When Will China's Space Station Fall Back to Earth?

Academics / General Science : Live Science

China's first-ever space lab will die a fiery death in Earth's atmosphere toward the end of next year, Chinese officials said.

China's Space Officials Confirm: 'Heavenly Palace' Space Station is Hurtling Towards Earth -- "It's Out of Control"

Academics / Astronomy : The Daily Galaxy

Tiangong 1, China’s first space laboratory, will come to a fiery end. Most decommissioned satellites either burns up over aa ocean or is ejected to a far-off orbital graveyard, but the 8-ton Tiangong 1’s end is shaping up to be...

China's 'Heavenly Palace' space station is crashing to earth (in 2017) - CNET

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China's first space station is expected to burn up in the atmosphere next year. Where's Sandra Bullock when you need her?

China’s first space station will fall back to Earth in 2017

Technology / Hardware : Extremetech

China's Tiangong-1 module is heading for a crash landing next year, but no one knows exactly when -- or where.

China's First Space Station Is Crashing Towards Earth: Space Authorities

News : Newsweek: US

China’s maiden space station, Tiangong-1, will crash to Earth sometime in late 2017 as space authorities are reported to have lost control of the eight-tonne lab. The prototype space station was launched back in September 2011. Wu P...

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