Russian Space Officials Warn Stricken Spacecraft Might Not Burn up Entirely in the Atmosphere, but No One Knows Where It Will Hit

281C399A00000578-3058901-image-a-2_1430241287822Russian space agency Roscosmos believes some fragments of its out of control spaceship may hit Earth on Friday.

It claims most of the Progress spaceship will burn up in the atmosphere, as is the case with all space cargo carriers once they have delivered their shipments to the ISS . . .

But there is a chance some small parts will crash on to land – although no one knows where or when these fragments will hit.

The Progress spaceship was launched on April 28, but entered the wrong orbit and went into an uncontrollable spin.

Russian flight controllers have since been unable to regain command of the wayward ship, which is carrying three tons of supplies to the ISS. (Read more from “Russian Space Officials Warn Stricken Spacecraft Might Not Burn up Entirely in the Atmosphere, but No One Knows Where It Will Hit” HERE)

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