Chinese Space Satellite Reentry: Where Will It Hit?

In September 2016, Chinese officials had lost control of a satellite. Not knowing where it had gone, the assumption was that it would come hurling back to earth. Scientists have predicted that the “uncontrolled reentry” of the satellite will happen sometime in April this year, however where it will land is unknown. Therefore the question lies should we be concerned about unknown precise landing? The Daily was joined on the line by Professor Jonathan Horner in Astrophysics at University of Southern Queensland discussing what we can expect from this reentry.

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