Nobody Knows Where A Chinese Space Lab Will Land

Ngebray.com,- China’s oldest space station will fall back down to earth. Nicknamed heavenly place scientists believe the station will fall from the heavens and re-enter our atmosphere sometime between March 30th and April 6. According to the European Space Agency or ESA that’s a week later than initially suggested by experts launched into space in 2011 the eight-ton hunk of metal is currently orbiting about a hundred and fifty-five miles above the planet but it’s tricky to predict its movements because the drag from the Earth’s atmosphere is than consistent.

Picture from theguardian.com





As far getting hit by flying space when it reaches our atmosphere, your chances of that are less than getting struck by lightning according to the ESA. Plus, it’s most likely to crash into the ocean anyway.