World braces for out-of-control Chinese rocket’s remnants return to Earth

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    The world’s eyes are on the skies this weekend, with chunks of China’s Long March 5B rocket expected to crash down soon in the Pacific Ocean.

    While a majority of the rocket’s remnants are expected to burn up on re-entry, what remains is expected to plunge back through the atmosphere late Saturday or early Sunday and while it could hit the water which covers 70 per cent of the planet, some concern remains on whether it hits land.

    As Jennifer Johnson reports, this isn’t the first time China has lost track of its space debris.

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