“Tiangong 1: Are You Still There?”: last attempt to see it live – 02 April 2018, 03:45 UTC
NB:Tiangong 1 reentered on 2 Apr. 2018, at 00:16 UTC, so this live feed has been cancelled.
After we saw it live last week, we will try to show the Tiangong 1 Chinese space station live again, if it will still out there. More recent reentry estimates suggest there is a chance we can see it from Rome for the last time, so we will try to check this live, online.
The most recent estimates say the Tiangong 1 space station will be reentering next 2 April, around 03:30 UTC, plus/minus a few hours. If so, we should have a nice chance to see it from Italy for the last time. Sure, we will give it a try, sharing this live with you.
This live feed is scheduled for 2 April 2018, starting at 03:45 UTC.
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