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Chinese space station crash over the Pacific Ocean

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Chinese space station crash over the Pacific Ocean

Post by rocky on Mon 02 Apr 2018, 1:30 am

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Chinese space station crash over the Pacific Ocean

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Most parts of China's suspended space station Tianqong-1, when entering the Earth's atmosphere, have crashed over the South Pacific, according to Chinese and US reports.
The Earth station entered the Earth's atmosphere at 00:15 Monday morning, according to China's manned spacecraft office. 
The Tianqong-1 Space Lab was launched in 2011 to carry out fusion and rotation experiments. 
The lab was part of China's effort to build a manned space station by 2022 but stopped working in March 2016. 
A US space expert said they had used orbit analysis technology to make sure the Chinese laboratory returned. 
Astronomer Jonathan McDowell, of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, said the laboratory was likely to have landed northwest of Tahiti, one of the French islands of French Polynesia.
Experts had to predict where the laboratory would return to the Earth's atmosphere, and the Chinese space agency mistakenly predicted it would happen on the coast of Sao Paulo, Brazil, just before its actual return. 
The European Space Agency (ESA) has predicted that Tiangong 1 will break over water, covering most of the Earth's surface. 
The agency confirmed that the chances of injury to anyone with the debris of the laboratory is negligible. 
The size of the debris that reached the surface of the earth is still unclear. 
The size of the Tiangong-1 laboratory is large, out of control, but not the largest. 
Astronomer astronomer Jonathan McDonnell predicts that the laboratory ranks number 50 in terms of size among objects that have returned to Earth out of control.
China launched another space laboratory under the name of Tianqong-2, which is still in operation, and its ministry has a Tianzhou 1 refueling vehicle last year. 
China's permanent space station is expected to include two major base units, two smaller auxiliary units and will enter service early next decade, according to Beijing.



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Hours on the fall of the Chinese space station on the ground

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Hours on the fall of the Chinese space station on the ground

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(International): At a time when the space agency in Beijing did not disclose any details about the location of the Chinese space station, some media reports suggested that the countries may fall "Tiangong -1."
The Chinese space agency will return to Earth's atmosphere at some point on Monday, the space agency said in a statement. Many experts believe a large part of the laboratory is expected to burn up as it enters the atmosphere. 
No one knows for sure where the laboratory will fall, but the British Telegraph newspaper quoted experts as "very much" dropping parts of it in New Zealand, the island of Tasmania and several US states or the Middle East, His fall in the Pacific Ocean. 
The newspaper denied reports that the debris would fall in France, Britain, Italy, France, Portugal and Greece. "This will not happen," she said.
Yonhap news agency quoted the South Korean Science Ministry as saying on Sunday it expected the Tianjong-1 atmosphere to enter the Earth between 7.26 am and 3.26 pm on Monday [between 22:26 and 06:26 GMT]. 
The 10.4-meter laboratory was launched in 2011 to carry out experiments under China's ambitious space program, which aims to set up a permanent Earth station by 2023. 
The space lab was to be released in 2013 but its mission was extended more than once.



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