CORDS has zeroed in on early April 1, while the United States military's Joint Space Operations Center predicts an earlier re-entry at 5:52 p.m. PT Saturday, March 31, with a margin of error of 14 hours.
The spacecraft is expected to reenter the atmosphere sometime around April 1, according to Masi, meaning this may well be the last image to be taken of it.
South Korea is scheduled to issue a warning over the reentry of China's space station, as the debris could possibly hit South Korea, although the possibility is very slim, Seoul's ICT ministry said Friday.
China has lost all communication with the module and so the descent will be uncontrolled. Scientists have said most of it is expected to burn up on reentry, but not all of it. Chunks weighing up to 220 pounds could hit the ground or fall into the ocean.
At over 10m in length and weighing more than 8 tonnes, it is larger than most of the man-made objects that routinely re-enter Earth's atmosphere, reports the BBC.
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MI is in the re-entry zone and is preparing for the unlikely event that debris from the space station lands somewhere in the state.
You can also visit SatFlare and input your location to get a general idea of when the station will pass by and when you might be able to see it in the sky. "Those are unknowns that we typically never actually know", said Roger Thompson, an engineer at Aerospace Corporation's Center for Orbital and Reentry Debris Studies, whose work includes running those calculations. The scientists have been predicting its crash since the China Manned Space engineering office declared "mission over" in 2016. Head over to Satview.org, which tracks the positioning of Tiangong 1 in real time.
The ESA's Holger Krag told Newsweek: "Owing to the geometry of the station's orbit, we can already exclude the possibility that any fragments will fall over any spot further north than 43°N or further south than 43°S".
The Tiangong-1, which means "Heavenly Place", was launched in 2011 as a prototype space station.
The space craft's descent is now being tracked by Aerospace engineering and the ESA - and say it is now dropping out of orbit by about 2.5 miles a day.
China initially said they expected the space station to fall in late 2017, then later revised the estimate.