Chinese space station will fall to Earth on Easter, latest calculations show

Keep your eye to the sky Easter Day: Chinese space station is set to fall to Earth

(INTELLIHUB) — The falling Chinese space station Tiangong-1 is set to impact Earth 43°N and 43°S longitude on Easter Day around noon Eastern time, plus or minus 9-hous or so, according to data released by the Aerospace Corp.

Fireballs and debris are expected to rain down on a random swath of the planet, experts warn.

Keep your eyes to the sky and your cameras ready.

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