China’s uncontrollable rocket collides into the Indian Ocean
The uncontrollable Long March 5B rocket from China reentered the Earth’s atmosphere over the Indian Ocean, landing probably near Sarawak, Malaysia’s state on the island of Borneo.
The re-entry of the rocket was verified by the US Space Command at 12:45 p.m. ET, however, it is unknown where its debris landed. According to a translated post on Weibo by China’s Manned Space Agency, the rocket reentered the same place and burnt up most of the way down.