Chinese rocket tracker LIVE: Booster could CRASH into Earth this weekend as US won’t shoot it down

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EXPERTS are rushing to determine where the Chinese rocket part will land after it went out of control after its launch.

China launched its first space station on Thursday in the first of 11 missions that will see a three-person crew sent up by the end of 2022.

But the rocket part that broke off as planned was due to have a controlled re-entry – until Chinese authorities lost the ability to.

It is now circling the Earth and is expected to crash land on our planet this weekend, with scientists trying to pinpoint the exact location it will hit.

Although it has the potential to hit in a highly-populated area, the Pentagon have already refused to shoot it down.

Follow our Chinese rocket live blog for all the latest news and updates…

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