Tiangong-1 was launched by China in September 2011.
The orbiting laboratory and experimental space station was used multiple times to test spacecraft docking hardware and capabilities.
Unfortunately, the Chinese Space Agency lost control of Tiangong 1 in 2016, and between 29 March and 9 April it will crush into Earth.
All should be well and safe when Tiangong-1 comes plummeting down from the heavens to incinerate in the atmosphere, but the station should put on a fiery show when it does.
If you are really lucky, you just might just find a piece of the space station after it falls out of the sky.
Source: Polular Mechanics