China lost control of its 8.5-tonne Tiangong-1 space station last year and it started plummeting towards Earth.
The Communist superpower – which initially tried to keep the catastrophic failure secret – revealed in September that it could hit the planet at any moment.
But it now looks as though it will meet its fiery end in early-2018.
The European Space Agency (ESA) has narrowed down the possible crash sites to a number of locations, with 13 other agencies around the world also monitoring its descent.
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