A space lab inactive and uncontrolled of China returned to the Earth’s atmosphere on Monday and went to the southern Pacific Ocean. China’s Mind Space Engineering Office said that Tiangong, an eight tonne-loaded part, was burnt in the atmosphere.
It was told from the office that this laboratory has re-entered around the middle of the South Pacific in the area around 8:15 pm (local time).
Official news agency Xinhua told the Beijing Aerospace Control Center and related institutions that most part of this space laboratory was burnt in the atmosphere.
The launch of Tiangong-1 was done on September 29, 2011 and its work was completed in March 2016. Within this laboratory, Shenzhou-8, Shenzhou-9 and Shenzhou-10 spacecraft were sent and through this many tasks were carried out, which can contribute significantly to the Chinese space program carrying humans.