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UPDATE: Chinese rocket debris plunges into Indian Ocean


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UPDATE: 10.30am (Thai Time) Trackers have confirmed that the debris has splashed down somewhere west of The Maldives in the Indian Ocean. 9.30am (Thai Time) The Chinese Long March 5B carrier rocket should land in this area… 72.47°E longitude and 2.65°N latitude, just west of the Maldives in the Indian Ocean. That’s according to China’s National Space Agency. “Most of the rocket was “destroyed” on re-entry to the atmosphere.” ORIGINAL STORY: The Long March 5B rocket left the Earth on April 29th, launching from Hainan island in China. The launch was the first part of an 11 part mission to […]

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