DEBRIS from a Chinese rocket has crashed down in the Indian Ocean, trackers have confirmed.
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Estimates from US Space Force data suggests that re-entry will occur between 2 and 4am UK time – reaching speeds of 4.8
The core stage of China’s Long March 5B rocket is projected to make an uncontrolled re-entry into the Earth’s atmosphere within hours.
The core of China’s Long March 5B rocket is predicted to re-enter the Earth’s atmosphere in a matter of hours, but scientists
Hugh White, professor of strategic studies at the Australian National University, has warned about the serious consequences that could arise if tensions
Footage has emerged of the Chinese Long March rocket which is falling back to Earth at a speed of 18,000 miles per
The large piece of space debris is set for re-entry by early Sunday US eastern time. Harvard-based astronomer Jonathan McDowell warned there
The latest predictions from astronomers is that the rocket’s core debris will fall back to earth around 5.19 am Sunday morning, Greenwich