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Guardian News published this video item, entitled “Footage shows debris from China’s largest rocket falling to Earth” – below is their description.
The remnants of China’s largest rocket plummeted back to Earth, plunging into the Indian Ocean near the Maldives, according to Chinese state media and people in Oman and Jordan who captured footage of its light in the sky.
Most of the rocket debris burned up in the atmosphere, according to the China Manned Space Engineering Office
Chinese rocket debris crashes back to Earth, plunging into Indian Ocean – state mediaGuardian News YouTube Channel
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