Much of Tiangong-1 will incinerate on its way to the earth & the rest could fall, probably in remote Thailand but it won’t injure anyone. Till now only one person has been hit by a debris of space station and it didn’t harm the person
The Hush Post: The decommissioned Chinese space station might crash somewhere in Thailand. The probability is based on scientific facts.
Tiangong-1, which is also known as Heavenly Palace, is dragon’s first space lab. It was set into the orbit in 2011. The space station’s movement is being monitored by Space Technology Development Agency.
At present, Tiangong-1 is expected to hit the planet on April 10. At the time of its entry back on the planet, most it will burn. The chance of it falling somewhere in Thailand is but again the probability is low. Tiangong-1 could pass over Thailand on March 16, when Chinese space experts will keenly watch it from Doi Inthanon, the highest peak of Thailand. Meanwhile, China has categorically said that the space station is not completely out of control.
Tiangong-1 was to be first decommissioned in 2013 but the Chinese extended the mission and that has led experts to believe the space station has gone out of control.
Earlier, the scientists had said that the re-entry could take place anywhere between 43 degrees north to 43 degrees south latitude.
According to space research agency, Aerospace, a small amount of the debris from the module may hit the earth and this should happen within a region that is a few hundred kilometres in size. However, Aerospace did offer some solace. No one has ever been harmed by re-entering space debris so far.