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A 23-Tonne Chunk of Dead Space Rocket Set to Crash Back to Earth

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China launched the third module of its new Tiangong space station -the Long March 5B

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“88% of the world’s population is at risk, means around 7 billion people are at risk” from Chinese space debris.

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On Friday evening, The 28-hour window for its re-entry and crashing on the surface of the planet will begin and continue through Saturday

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Earlier this year, the Long March 5B's 1st stage made an uncontrolled re-entry through Earth's atmosphere over Southeast Asia.

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Mengtian, Tiangong’s second lab module, is the last block that allows the space station to be a T-shaped structure.

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Chinese space officials had said that the station was scheduled to be completed this year.

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Where it will land is not known, and no one is controlling it.

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