Don't worry. According to space debris experts, the chances that you personally will be hit by of a chunk of space metal are essentially zero - less than one in a trillion.
According to scientists, the older station's orbit has started to dramatically decay and is expected to fall out of orbit between March 30 and April 3, 2018. Their observations help inform forecasts from the European Space Agency (ESA) and the German Space Situational Awareness Center.
Most of the eight-tonne space probe, launched in 2011, should "burn up" in the atmosphere before crash landing, Chinese space officials say.
That confirmed astrononmers' concerns the bus-sized piece of space junk known as Tiangong-1 or "Heavenly Palace 1" was on an unavoidable, uncontrolled collision course with Earth.
Tiangong-1 is moving too fast and too randomly for trackers to narrow it down any more precisely than somewhere between 43 degrees north latitude and 43 degrees south latitude. Using that, the radar images of the Tiangong-1 showed the blazing space station heading towards the Earth.
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Advancing China's space programme is a priority for President Xi Jinping, who has called for Beijing to become a global space power with both advanced civilian space flight and capabilities that strengthen national security. She was hit, and uninjured, when a used Delta II rocket burned up on re-entry in January 1997.
It was China's first attempt at having a space station.
Tiangong-1 is a satellite laboratory that contains large amounts of hydrazine, a toxic, flammable chemical that can wreak havoc on the human body, including poisoning the blood, kidneys, lungs, the central nervous system, and damage to eyes, nose, mouth, and respiration.
The European Space Agency (ESA) said re-entry "will take place anywhere between 43ºN and 43ºS" which covers most of the world's populated areas.
The experts are yet unaware of the exact location where the Tiangong-1 might crash since the spacecraft is moving at a speed of 27,000 kilometers per hour.
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While Skylab is the most famous spacecraft to fall in an uncontrolled fashion back to Earth, there are many others that have attracted attention over the years.
However, even with this new sophisticated technology, it remains hard to estimate the debris' final landing place with a high degree of accuracy, so the exact moment of the Tiangong-1's descent will only be determined just a few hours before.
But even among controlled re-entries, the upcoming, uncontrolled descent of tiny Tiangong-1 will be a blip.
Luckily, we've given you two days warning.
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