|China's out of control space station Tiangong-1 to crash on earth|
The agency's Space Debris Office has said Tiangong-1 will hit somewhere across our planet's northern hemisphere between March 30 and April 2.
Previous estimates suggested the rogue station, China's out of Cwhich is carrying highly toxic chemicals, would enter Earth's orbit on April 3.
According to experts tracking the station, it has the highest chance of crashing along a narrow strip around latitudes of 43 degrees north and south.
The ESA said crash date estimates were 'highly variable' and that its experts would be offering revised forecasts every couple of days.
'At no time will a precise time/location prediction from ESA be possible,' the agency's Space Debris Office, based in Darmstadt, Germany, said in a statement.
The doomed 8.5-tonne craft has been hurtling towards Earth since Chinese scientists lost control of it in 2016.
Experts believe most of Tiangong-1 will burn up upon reentry, but shards as large as 100kg (220lbs) could strike Earth.
Scientist believe that even in 'high risk' areas, the chance of being struck by Tiangong-1 debris is about one million times smaller than the odds of winning the Powerball jack.
However, there is a chance parts of the station containing hazardous hydrazine could plummet into a highly-populated area.
Following Cities are listed as potential crash sites:
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