You Can Track Live Where The Chinese Space Station Is Going To Crash
The Chinese space station Tiongang 1 is hurtling towards earth. The Chinese lost control of the satellite and it's making an unmanned, unguided, entry back to earth. Everyone says not to worry about it, and that you're more likely to win the Mega Millions this weekend than be hit by space debris.
Still, if you're like me, I like to know where it's at. Thankfully that is possible now. Not only can you see where exactly it is, but you can also see predictions of where it's going to fall. The U.S. Military has a knack for this kind of thing, and they've given us several areas.
Located at the top of the screen is also a time before reentry countdown. You could say it resembles a doomsday clock.
So if you're like me and don't have big plans tonight, you can periodically check for the space station while having your insurance agent's number handy.