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Rocket debris ‘common, likely to fall in intl waters’; Western hyping ‘China space threat’ theory – Global Times

Debris from China’s Long March-5B Y2 carrier rocket, which sent the first section of China’s space station into orbit, is very likely to fall in international waters…

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The Long March-5B Y2 rocket, carrying the Tianhe module, blasts off from the Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site in south China’s Hainan Province, April 29, 2021. Photo: Xinhua
Debris from China’s Long March-5B Y2 carrier rocket, which sent the first section of China’s space station into orbit, is very likely to fall in international waters and people needn’t worry, Chinese space analysts told the Global Times on Wednesday.
Wreckage from rocket launches falling back to Earth is common in the aerospace…

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