Tiangong 1 crushes in the Southern Pacific

The Chinese space station, Tiangong 1 crushed today, 1 April 2018 in the Pacific Ocean.

It was know to crush into Earth for some weeks ago, as we told you in a previous post. It was the size of a bus, and it is thought that some pieces could have survived the fall.

The chances that someone was injured are extremely small (1/1 trillion), but if you find a piece of the space station, do not touch it or breathe in the hot vapors that come from it, because, as the scientists say, it is toxic!

Here is a cool footage of Tiangongs crush.