Space.com 31 March 2018

Where Will Debris from China's Falling Space Station Land? Here's the Latest Update

While it's still hard to predict exactly when and where the defunct Chinese space station Tiangong-1 will fall, the latest prediction from Aerospace Corp. says the debris will most likely descend into the ocean Sunday (April 1) near Malaysia.

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FCC Approves SpaceX Constellation, Denies Waiver for Easier Deployment Deadline

U.S. telecom regulators the evening of March 29 accepted SpaceX’s application to reach U.S customers with a megaconstellation of 4,425 broadband satellites.

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Last 'Blue Moon' of 2018 Rises Tonight! What to Expect

A full Blue Moon rises into the evening sky tonight. This will be the second and final Blue Moon of 2018, so don't miss it!

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On This Day In Space! March 31, 1962: NASA Approves Gemini Spacecraft Design

On March 31, 1962, NASA approved the design of the new Gemini spacecraft. This small capsule could carry two astronauts into space at a time. See how it happened in our On This Day in Space video series here.

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Chinese Space Station's Crash to Earth: Everything You Need to Know

China's first prototype space station, Tiangong-1, will come crashing back to Earth on April 1, give or take half a day, experts say. Here's a primer on the space lab and its mission.

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Satellite Tracker Map: How to Spot China's Falling Space Station, Hubble & More

Pinpoint the International Space Station, Hubble Space Telescope and other satellites in the sky above you as they orbit Earth with this satellite tracker.

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