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Where will it land?

Tuesday, October 4, 2016 17:03
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Monica Grady reports at Science Alert,

China launched the second vehicle in its Tiangong (meaning “heavenly palace”) programme to construct a space station in early September.

Despite the success of the launch, the announcement was overshadowed by the acknowledgement that the prototype module Tiangong-1 – which was always due to be replaced – is out of control, and will, almost certainly, crash back down to Earth in late 2017.

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