China's Tiangong-1 space station is predicted to enter Earth's atmosphere sometime during Easter weekend, but the exact location of its re-entry remains a mystery. The nearly 19,000-pound Chinese spacecraft that launched in 2011 will fall into the Earth's atmosphere, break apart and leave debris anywhere from Northern California to New York.
The European Space Agency's (ESA) Space Debris Office in Darmstadt, Germany, which issued the Tiangong-1 prediction, said the March 30 to April 2 window is "highly variable," and it will not be possible to determine exactly where the space station will fall to Earth. I'm just wondering how much space parts would go for at the scrapyard? Watch your head!