China just launched an unmanned cargo spacecraft. The spacecraft docked with the country's Tiangong-2 space lab.
China launched its Long March 5 heavy-lift rocket last Nov. 3 for a test flight in preparation for building its own space station.
China successfully sent two astronauts to space to man its Tiangong-2 space lab in preparation of the 2018 module lauch, the core module of China's new space station.
Tiangong-1's landing place is still unknown and its time to fall is even unpredictable to tell.
China's first ambitious space lab, Tiangong-1 is falling back to Earth and will burn during re-entry before the end of 2017.