Adrift Chinese Space Station Re-Entry Expected Sunday
(VOA): Space scientists keeping track of dysfunctional space equipment are closely monitoring the expected re-entry of the largest piece of space junk so far. The Chinese space station Tiangong 1 will re-enter the atmosphere Sunday, but experts say it will be traveling so fast that the resulting friction will cause it to disintegrate and burn. But as VOA's George Putic reports, small pieces may still reach the Earth.
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Published Date: Monday, April 2nd, 2018 | 12:45 PM
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