The debris of the station’s closed space station can soon fall to Earth. This is to say those scientists who are monitoring this space station.
The Tiangong-1 was part of China’s ambitious space program. It is also considered the first phase of the goal of establishing a human station in space 2022 in China.
It was sent in space in 2011 and after five years it completed its mission. After this it was assumed that it would fall back to Earth.
It is difficult to guess where and when the time will fall, because now it is out of control.
It is said in a new estimate that the debris of this closed space station could fall on earth between March 30 and April 2.
Most space stations are destroyed by burning in space, but some debris remain in their condition, which is afraid of falling to the earth.
Where will this fall?
China confirmed in the year 2016 that their tie-in-1 connection has been broken and they are not able to control it.
The European Space Agency has said that its debris on Earth could fall between 43 degrees north to 43 degrees south on the equator.
The agency has been consistently reporting about the Tiangong-1 and this time it has been estimated that its debris can enter the atmosphere between Earth from March 30 to April 2.
How will it fall
The debris of the station is gradually coming closer to the Earth. Dr. Elias Aboutius, deputy director of The Australian Center for Speech Engineering Research, told the BBC, “As soon as it comes to 100 kilometers near the Earth, it will start to warm.”
He further says that most of the spec stations are destroyed by burning like this and “it is difficult to say which part of the SPA station will survive because China has not told the world about its appearance.”
Dr. Eliash says that if it is destroyed by burning at night in the populated area, it can be seen as a star.
Do we need to be worried?
no at all. Most of the 8.5 tonnes will be destroyed as it passes through the atmosphere. It may be that some part of the space station, such as fuel tank or rocket engine, does not burn completely.
If it survives, then it will be a loss of self-esteem, it is less likely.
The European Space Agency chief, Holger Crag said, “My guess is that the possibility of damage is the same as the fall of electricity.” The fall of electricity is less likely to be a loss. ”
Does the debris of all the space fall to the earth?
Dr. Eliash says that most of the debris come towards the Earth and they become ashes away from marine or populated areas.
Communication with Space Station and Craft can be made, then it can be dropped to the place according to the mind.
It is dropped between Australia, New Zealand and South America in the South Pacific Ocean. This 1500 sq km area is called a space craft and satellite archive.
What is the Tiangong-1?
China started sending ships in space in 2001 and sent the animals to the test. After this, Chinese scientists arrived in 2003.
After the Soviet Union and America, China was the third country to do this.
In 2011, China’s Space Station program began with The Tiangong-1. A small space station was able to take scientists space for a few days.
Then in 2012 China’s first female traveler Liu Yang went to the space.
It stopped working in March 2016 after two years of time. At present, The Tiangong 2 is working in space and by 2022, China will send its third version to space, in which the scientists will be able to live.