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Sydney Morning Herald
China's space lab will soon crash to Earth. No one knows where it will hit.a new superpower. Tiangong 1 ended its service in March after it had "comprehe
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
a new superpower. Tiangong 1 ended its service in March after it had "comprehensively fulfilled its historical mission," Wu Ping, deputy director of the manned space engineering office, was quoted as saying at a news conference by Xinhua, China's... Read more
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WA Today
China's space lab will soon crash to Earth. No one knows where it will hit.a new superpower. Tiangong 1 ended its service in March after it had "comprehe
WA Today / Posted 4 days ago
a new superpower. Tiangong 1 ended its service in March after it had "comprehensively fulfilled its historical mission," Wu Ping, deputy director of the manned space engineering office, was quoted as saying at a news conference by Xinhua, China's... Read more
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The Age
China's space lab will soon crash to Earth. No one knows where it will hit.a new superpower. Tiangong 1 ended its service in March after it had "comprehe
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
a new superpower. Tiangong 1 ended its service in March after it had "comprehensively fulfilled its historical mission," Wu Ping, deputy director of the manned space engineering office, was quoted as saying at a news conference by Xinhua, China's... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
China's 8½-ton space lab will soon crash to Earth. No one knows where it will hit.a new superpower. Tiangong 1 ended its service in March after it had "comprehe
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 4 days ago
a new superpower. Tiangong 1 ended its service in March after it had "comprehensively fulfilled its historical mission," Wu Ping, deputy director of the manned space engineering office, was quoted as saying at a news conference by Xinhua, China's... Read more
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Newsmax
Chinese Space Station to Plunge Back to Earthtold The Guardian that as much as 220 pounds of the space laboratory could surv
Newsmax / Posted 5 days ago
told The Guardian that as much as 220 pounds of the space laboratory could survive re-entry and slam back into Earth. Wu Ping, deputy director of China's manned space engineering office, told the state-run Xinhua news agency last September... Read more

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