Eight and a half thousand kilos of Chinese space station can collide with any part of the earth.
It is believed that this event can happen between March 24 and April 19.
Incident can occur at 43 degrees south latitude and 43 degrees North latitude.
Extreme toxic Hydrazine rain can occur on Tasmania (Australia).
Chinese Space Station Tiangong-1 Could Crash in Australia: Chinese first prototype space station Tiangong-1 which name means Heavenly Palace, could collide with the Earth. It was sent in space in 2011. But now scientists from the entire world are claiming that Chinese International Space station Tiangong-1 could become a threat to the earth.
That’s because in 2016 itself, China has agreed that the control of Tiangong-1 has been out of control and it would not be an entry on earth in its normal way. Now it is feared that about Eight and a half thousand kilos of space station can collide with any part of the earth. This was predicted by an American agency before, but now many scientists from the world are convinced that this claim is inconceivable.
Can enter in the first week of April
Although the space station will collide with the earth, there is no fixed date, but it is believed that this event can happen between March 24 and April 19. If space station hits the ground, its impact can be in hundreds of kilometers long. The biggest thing is that there is a huge amount of hydrazine toxic (used as rocket fuel) in the space station, which is not only poisonous but also inflammable; could rain down over Tasmania (Australia) and other parts of the world. Whose spread can bring a great catastrophe.
This part of the Earth may be in danger.
Although the Space Station will hit which part of the Earth, it is difficult to tell, but it is believed that this incident can occur at 43 degrees south latitude and 43 degrees North latitude. This part comes with a large part of the earth, which includes northern China and the Middle East. Central Italy, Northern Spain, North America, New Zealand, Tasmania and South Africa are also included.
European Space Agency (ESA) Scientist has stated in a blog that “In the history of spaceflight, no casualties due to falling space debris have ever been confirmed”.
The Aerospace Corporation’s Center for Orbital and Reentry Debris Studies (CORDS) have issued a warning and said, for your safety do not touch the debris and avoid smelling the gases coming out of it.
Scientists believe that much of the International space station has been burnt to ashes yet. But how much part is left is not the exact information. It is feared that from 10 percent to 40 percent of the space station is still in space. But whatever part is left in the space station, it is coming at a faster pace towards the earth, which can spread on the earth by becoming debris.