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Chinese rocket falling back to Earth in uncertain path: ‘It’s potentially not good’ – New York Post

The roughly 100-foot-tall core of the Long March 5B rocket launched the 22.5-ton “Heavenly Harmony” unmanned Tianhe space station module from Wenchang in Hainan…

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A massive Chinese rocket is expected to make an uncontrolled re-entry to Earth this week — and experts have no clue yet where its remnants will land.
The roughly 100-foot-tall core of the Long March 5B rocket launched the 22.5-ton Heavenly Harmony unmanned Tianhe space station module from Wenchang in Hainan province on Thursday, the Guardian reported.  
Tianhe soon separated from the launcher and entered its planned initial orbit — but the core stage is likely to make an uncontrolled re-entry amid…

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