LANSING, Michigan (AP) Michigan Governor Rick Snyder has activated the state's emergency operations center to monitor the reentry of the Chinese Tiangong-1 space station into the Earth's atmosphere.
Most of the space is expected to burn during reentry, but some debris may land. The Aerospace Corp. says she could land along a strip of US that includes the southern lower peninsula of Michigan.
The last estimate of the Chinese Space Agency restores re-entry between Saturday and Wednesday.
Capt. Chris A. Kelenske, Michigan's Deputy Director of Emergency Management and Homeland Security, says, "The chances are low that the debris will end up in Michigan, but the state monitors the situation and is ready to respond quickly." 1