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China says most rocket debris burned up during reentry – KHOU.com

The rocket had lifted off on April 29 with materials for China’s space station.

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HOUSTON A out-of-control Chinese re-entered the Earth’s atmosphere Saturday night, though it’s not known if any debris fell on land or water. That’s according to U.S. Space Command, which said it re-entered at around 9:15 p.m. Houston time.
Chinas space agency said most of the the core segment of the rocket burned up.
Reporter Michael George was covering this story for CBS News Saturday. His report can be seen in the video above.
#USSPACECOM can confirm Chinese #LongMarch5B re-entered over the Arabian…

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