It looks like this will be the last day of's existence.
Recent forecasts call for the spacecraft, whose name means "Heavenly Palace," to fall into the atmosphere beginning as early as 2:47 p.m. PT on Sunday, April 1.
And no, this isn't an April Fools joke.
China, meanwhile, is suggesting a particularly wide prediction window. China Manned Space simply forecasts the wayward space station will re-enter sometime Monday, Beijing time. (It's already Monday in China.)
Remember, there's almost certainly no reason to worry about any damage from pieces of Tiangong-1 that make it all the way to the ground, but as I outlined earlier,.
If the craft does fall during the predicted range, it is likely to break up either over the ocean, South America, Africa or Asia.
Europe, North America and Australia look to be safe at this point.
For more on Tiangong-1's final hours, check out @EricCMack.. If you see Tiangong-1 streaking across the sky, take a video and tweet it at me
Stay tuned for more updates as the Heavenly Palace's fall from the heavens draws closer.
First published March 31, 12:28 p.m. PT.
Update, April 1 at 12:40 p.m. : Includes latest forecasts.