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Watch a Chinese Space Station Burn up in Earth’s Atmosphere

Futurism Friday, 19 July 2019
Watch a Chinese Space Station Burn up in Earth’s AtmosphereOn Friday, the Chinese space station Tiangong-2 was spectacularly decommissioned — it was set on a crash course with a remote patch of the Pacific Ocean called the “Spacecraft Cemetery.” Tiangong-2 is no more, but we can re-live its final moments. The state-owned China Global Television Network posted a YouTube video of the space […]

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