China's wayward space station has crossed the estimated time threshold for re-entering earth's atmosphere. As of 8:25 PM eastern US time, the satellite is "bouncing" in altitude between 62 and 77 miles. 62 miles is the "official" start of earth's atmosphere.
At present, the satellite is over southern South America, moving east, northeast.
No idea if LAND IMPACT, but whatever is going to happen, has begun.
The satellite is already beginning to heat-up and glow/burn.
#JFSCC predicting #Tiangong1 reentry over the Atlantic Ocean (between South America & Africa at ~1749 PST today. For details see https://t.co/OzZXgaEX0W @US_Stratcom @usairforce @AFSpaceCC @30thSpaceWing @PeteAFB @SpaceTrackOrg https://t.co/fFD3yGYZPo— 18 SPCS (@18SPCS) April 1, 2018
For those of you who are wondering how an expensive, highly sophisticated space station could go out of control and fall to earth, the explanation is simple: MADE IN CHINA.