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Tiangong-1 (Chinese: 天宫一号; pinyin: Tiāngōng yīhào; literally: "...

wikipedia - 21 Sep 2016
Tiangong-1 (Chinese: 天宫一号; pinyin: Tiāngōng yīhào; literally: "Heavenly Palace 1") is China's first prototype space station, serving as both a manned laboratory and an experimental testbed to demonstrate orbital rendezvous and docking capabilities. Launched unmanned aboard a Long March 2F/G rocket on 29 September 2011, it is the first operational component of the Tiangong program, which aims to place a larger, modular station into orbit by 2023. Tiangong-1 was initially projected to be deorbited in 2
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Tiangong-1 space laboratory to crash to Earth within months

SpaceFlight Insider - 20 Oct 2017
It could be just a matter of few weeks or months before China's Tiangong-1 space laboratory will fall to Earth. The spacecraft is continuing its gradual descent toward the surface after control over the mission was lost in early 2016. Tiangong-1 ...
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The robots that will sweep Earth's skies

Engadget - 18 Oct 2017
After six years in space, China's first orbital station, the Tiangong-1 (aka the "Heavenly Palace") has finally outlived its operational limits and begun its descent to Earth. It's expected to re-enter the atmosphere in a few months, whereupon a ...
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Massive Chinese spacecraft to burn up soon in skies over Earth

KTAR.com - 18 Oct 2017
A massive 8.5-ton Chinese spacecraft will soon burn up in Earth's atmosphere upon re-entry. Tiangong 1, or Heavenly Palace, has had a good run in space in collecting scientific data, as well as being the temporary home to some Chinese astronauts, known ...
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China's Space Station Will Crash into Earth by April 2018

Popular Mechanics - 13 Oct 2017
Last year, China decommissioned its first space station, Tiangong-1, bringing its astronauts back to Earth. The plan was to gradually allow the station to deorbit, eventually bringing it down in a controlled descent over an ocean. But somewhere along ...
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Axios - 17 Oct 2017
Visitors look at a model of China's Tiangong-1 space station at the China Beijing International High-Tech Expo in Beijing. Photo: Mark Schiefelbein / AP. A Chinese space lab will make an uncontrolled descent to Earth sometime before April after the ...
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Trümmer von "Tiangong 1" könnten auf Erde treffen

SPIEGEL ONLINE - 17 Oct 2017
Das außer Kontrolle geratene chinesische Raumlabor "Tiangong 1" wird spätestens im April 2018 gen Erde stürzen. Da nicht alle Teile in der Atmosphäre verglühen, warnen Experten vor Trümmerteilen. "Tiangong 1" (Bildschirmfoto). AP/ Imaginechina.
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Lo schianto annunciato della stazione spaziale cinese Tiangong-1

Focus - 15 Oct 2017
La base spaziale cinese Tiangong-1, fuori controllo dal 2016, sta accelerando la sua discesa verso l'atmosfera terrestre, e potrebbe impattare sul nostro pianeta tra questo mese di ottobre e l'aprile 2018. Lo ha riferito l'agenzia spaziale cinese alle ...
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Alle Nachrichten und Informationen der FAZ zum Thema Tiangong 1 - FAZ

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung - 18 Oct 2017
China kann das Raumlabor „Tiangong 1“ nicht mehr steuern, bald werden Teile davon wohl unkontrolliert auf der Erde aufschlagen. Es ist nicht das erste Mal, dass Weltraumschrott auf Kollisionskurs mit der Erde geht. Mehr. 17.10.2017, 10:34 Uhr | ...

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