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Posted: Saturday, May 8, 2021. 7:53 pm CST.

By Zoila Palma: Space experts continue to closely monitor the Chinese rocket that is expected to crash into Earth sometime tonight.

The projected landing of the debris is at the Mediterranean Basin between 9:11 and 11:11 pm tonight, Yahoo reports.

Space Track indicates that the space force will not know the exact landing point until after the rocket has landed.

For several days, officials have been tracking the rocket’s body uncontrolled return to Earth.

Potential landing areas include Southeastern U.S., Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela, parts of Southern Europe, much of Northern and Central Africa, the Middle East, Southern India and Australia.

The debris is reportedly moving at 18,000 miles per hour. Those wishing to monitor the re-entry time estimates can do so on Space Track.

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