02 April 2018

More information on the re-entry sequence by Patrick Blau on http://spaceflight101.com
Tiangong 1 re-entered in the early morning of 2 April at 0:16 UTC ±1 minute after 2,375 days and 21 hours in orbit. Re-Entry, referencing the spacecraft crossing 80 Kilometers in altitude, occurred over the South Pacific Ocean at approximately 13.6°S 195.7°E, around 780 Kilometers due East of American Samoa.

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Space Expert Leonard David summarises and analyses Tiangong 1's operational life and highlights which achievements the space lab supported. He also gives a thought-through overview on the facts for the expected re-entry over Easter weekend.