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China's reckless missile, the Long March, has reached its final stop

Sunday, 09 May 2021
The story began when, on April 29, 2021, China launched the first components of its future space station with the "Long March 5B" missile, the most powerful Chinese missile, but lost control of it. The story began when, on April 29, 2021, China launched the first components of its future space station with the "Long March 5B" missile, the most powerful Chinese missile, but lost control of it.

Vision, United Arab Emirates: - China announced that the "Long March" missile burned out after entering the atmosphere and landing in a sea area.

The Chinese News Agency "Xinhua" said in a statement: "The debris of the last stage of the Chinese carrier missile" Long March-5BY2 "entered the atmosphere again, at 10:24 am Sunday (Beijing time).

The Chinese News Agency based its information on what the Chinese Space Agency said, adding: "The vast majority of debris was burned during re-entry, and the rest of the debris fell in a marine area at its center at the confluence of 2.65 degrees north latitude and 72.47 degrees east longitude."

The "Long March-5BY2" missile, carrying the Tianhe unit, which is the first and basic unit for building the Chinese space station, was launched from the Wenchang spacecraft launch site on the coast of the island province of Hainan in southern China.

And the Chinese news agency "Xinhua" published pictures of the missile before its launch and after its launch, while when it published any pictures of the missile debris.

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