19 July 2019
A small amount of the spacecraft's debris fell into the predetermined safe sea area in the South Pacific, according to China Manned Space Agency (CMSA).
"Although Tiangong 2 had been in operation nearly one year longer than its designed lifespan, its platform and payloads functioned stably and soundly, and the propellant it carried was still sufficient to support its flight in orbit for another several years," Zhou Jianping, Chief Designer of China's manned space programme said.
footage of the camera on the outside of Tiangong 2 during re-entry
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