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Supposed missile debris falls causing panic in the village;  Watch the video

Supposed missile debris falls causing panic in the village; Watch the video

This is not the first time that the return of Chinese space debris has reached areas inhabited by humans

Residents recorded pieces of what appeared to be the remains of a Chinese missile

Image: reproduction

Users shared a video on social media showing what appears to be the remains of a body rocket A Chinese man falls to the ground. This post was created on X (formerly Twitter) Finally, yellow smoke appears in the sky.

Other content shows the wreck of the Long March 2C, which was launched on June 22 at 4 a.m. Brasilia time.

The spacecraft was loaded telescope X-ray variable object monitor (SVOM). The launch was recorded as a “complete success” by the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC), the state-owned contractor that developed the Long March 2C rocket.

Residents, frightened by explosions and smoke, ran desperately through the streets of a village in western China.

This is not the first time China has had to deal with criticism over its handling of the issue Space junk.

In December, China launched two Beidou radio navigation system satellites aboard a Long March 3B rocket. Falling fragments On the ground in a forest area in Guangxi Province.

Previously, NASA criticized the country for failing to “meet responsible standards” after debris from its rocket The Long March 5b It fell into the Indian Ocean, west of the Maldives, after returning to the atmosphere.

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