Tiangong Crash likely soon which was launched in 2011, Tiangong-1 is the Asian country’s first space station after the months of speculation, as experts watching the path of the station The Chinese space lab Tiangong-1 suggested that it had been behaving strangely. Now China’s CNSA space agency admitted to having lost control of the lab, saying that space station crash on Earth.
This Chinese space lab Tiangong-1 has been making headlines since 2016, when scientists at China’s CNSA space agency admitted to having lost control of the lab, saying that it would be crash-landing on Earth. Tiangong-1 is the Asian country’s first space station that was hailed as a potent political symbol of China’s growing power and It was used for both manned and unmanned missions and visited by China’s first female astronaut, Liu Yang, in 2012 but is now, expected to crash land in a few weeks, although, scientists have not been able to predict where the 8.5-tonne module will hit.
According to the reports from the Guardian, US-funded Aerospace Corporation estimates Tiangong-1 will re-enter the atmosphere during the first week of April. The European Space Agency says the space station will hit the earth between March 24 and April 19. Aerospace, a research organization that advises government and private enterprise on space flight has warned that the space station might be carrying a highly toxic and corrosive fuel called hydrazine on board.
However, Aerospace insisted the “a chance that a small amount of debris” from the space station will survive re-entry and hit the Earth and chance of debris hitting anyone living are tiny. The space junk has fallen within sight of people, and there have even been reports of injuries as well in the past.