The Chinese out-of-control rocket fell into the Indian Ocean on Sunday. The US space command which was tracking the rocket. They said that the Chinese Long March 5B rocket re-entered the Arabian peninsula at 7.45 AM IST on Sunday.
A 100-foot-tall, 22 metric-ton Chinese rocket re-entered the Earth and fell down over the Indian Ocean near the Maldives. The details about its impact on land and water is yet to be known.
The agency tracking the rocket tweeted through their official account “Everyone else following the #LongMarch5B re-entry can relax. The rocket is down”
The Long March 5B rocket launched by Beijing’s new space station lost control over it and could not maneuver it further.
According to reports, the out-of-control Long March 5B rocket was expected to splash down in the ocean on Saturday. However, the US space Command had said that “its exact point into the Earth’s atmosphere cannot be pinpointed until within hours of its reentry”
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