Chinese space debris narrowly misses NYC says Ars Technica publication

Chinese space debris narrowly misses NYC says Ars Technica publication

Ars Technica said that a space junk from the recently launched Chinese rocket narrowly missed from dropping down on NYC on Mon. The debris fell in West Africa after a large part of rocket already burnt up in the atmosphere. China had test-launched its new single-stage Long March 5B rocket last Tuesday, pushing its cargo into orbit before the 20-ton debris eventually fell back into the atmosphere.

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