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The US is tracking an uncontrolled Chinese rocket traveling at 18,000 miles an hour that is due to crash-land around May 8 – Business Insider Australia

The debris could land anywhere: its location will only be known within "hours" of its re-entry, the US Space Command has said.

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  • US Space Command said it is watching fragments of a Chinese rocket due to crash soon.
  • The estimated landing time is around May 8. Nobody knows exactly where it will hit.
  • The location of the debris will be known only “hours” before its reentry, Space Command said.
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The Pentagon has said it is tracking a chunk of a Chinese rocket that is due to come back into the atmosphere in the coming days in an uncontrolled re-entry.
As of now, they do not know where…

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