The Long March 5B rocket blasts off from the Wenchang launch site in Hainan on Thursday. Photo: Xinhua The Long March 5B rocket blasts off from the Wenchang launch site in Hainan on Thursday. Photo: Xinhua
The Long March 5B rocket blasts off from the Wenchang launch site in Hainan on Thursday. Photo: Xinhua
Space

Eyes on sky as China’s Long March rocket wreckage falls back to Earth

  • Debris expected to make landing in international waters, Chinese analyst says
  • Authorities are tracking the projectile and most of it will burn up on re-entry, according to industry insider

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The Long March 5B rocket blasts off from the Wenchang launch site in Hainan on Thursday. Photo: Xinhua The Long March 5B rocket blasts off from the Wenchang launch site in Hainan on Thursday. Photo: Xinhua
The Long March 5B rocket blasts off from the Wenchang launch site in Hainan on Thursday. Photo: Xinhua
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