When we last discussed (March 12) the potential for the Tiangong-1 space station coming down somewhere in Michigan, the window of time for it to re-enter the atmosphere was the week before or after April 3rd. We now have an updated time.

The new window for this event, according to LiveScience, is (depending on which expert you believe), March 28th to April 4th or between March 30th and April 6th.

The odds of it hitting anyplace in Michigan are slim - BUT the chances are higher here than many other locations on earth, due to the fact that the space station spends more time in it's orbit at far northern and southern latitudes.

Stay tuned to WITL's Morning Show for further updates.

 

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