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‘Not good’: Fears Chinese rocket will fall onto populated area – Yahoo News Australia

China has repeatedly come under fire for its lax approach to space debris. But now there are warnings pieces of its latest rocket could fall back down onto…



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There are concerns China’s latest rocket launch could see out-of-control debris come hurtling back towards inhabited parts of Earth. 
China launched an unmanned module on Thursday (local time) containing what will become living quarters for three crew on a permanent space station it plans to complete by the end of 2022, state media reported.
The module, named “Tianhe”, or “Harmony of the Heavens”, was launched on the Long March 5B, China’s largest carrier rocket.
The core of the Long March 5B then…

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