As per a recent observation, Tiangong 1 translates to "
However, six years after it first went into orbit, the 8½-ton laboratory is soon expected to meet a fiery and uncontrolled end, hurtling down to Earth and crashing somewhere anywhere on the planet. It was reported in September 2016 by the Chinese officials that had lost control of the space lab that it would crash into Earth sometime in the latter half of 2017.
In May, the officials told the United Nations that the lab would reach Earth between October and April 2018. During its re-entering, the Lab, which measures 34 feet in length, is expected to burn up.
By: Priyanka Negi