Not An April Fools

| April 01, 2018
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It’s a bird. It’s a plane. It’s an uncontrollable international Chineses space station.

A 9.4-ton Chinese space station will soon begin falling to Earth and New Jersey is part of a swath of the planet where debris from the space craft could land.

An analysis by the non-profit Aerospace Corporation shows that the Tiangong-1, the first space station built and launched by China, is predicted to reenter the planet’s atmosphere on April Fool’s Day/Easter, plus or minus 36 hours.

It has been orbiting uncontrolled since at least June 2016.

The analysis shows that the station will reenter somewhere between 43 degrees North and 43 degrees South latitudes, placing it in a band between north California and New Jersey, as well as southern sections of Europe and much of China and Japan.

 

Stay Tuned, Disciplined & Patient! {TJM}

The Investor & Character Equation (ICE) | S + R = O

 

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