Some European countries could be affected by a space station that might disintegrate.
Launched on 29 September 2011, Tiangong-1, China’s first space station, was initially projected to be deorbited in 2013.
But its lifespan was expended three more years, and in 21 March 2016 it ended its services. Then, China space agency lost control of the station.
Now, European space agency try to make a map of possible impact zone.
This space station weighs 8,5 tones and will hit the earth in January 2018, according to The Guardian.
European space agency predicted that Bulgaria, Greece, Portugal, Italy and Spain could be hit by the enormous pieces of the station, if it does not disintegrate in atmosphere.