1. ‘Out-of-control’ Chinese rocket falling to Earth could partially survive re-entry  The Guardian
  2. Uncontrolled reentry: Why China “just not caring” is a huge problem for space  Inverse
  3. A massive Chinese rocket accidentally flew into low orbit, may crash down to Earth soon  SFGate
  4. Rocket debris from China's space station launch is falling back to Earth — but where?  Space.com
  5. Massive Chinese rocket core to make uncontrolled reentry over Earth in coming days  Livescience.com
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Long March 5B is doing 27,600km/h in failing orbit, with eventual crash site unknown, after launching space station hubLong March 5B is doing 27,600km/h in failing orbit, with eventual crash site unknown, after launching space station hub

‘Out-of-control’ Chinese rocket falling to Earth could partially survive re-entry | Space | The Guardian

China's Long March 5B rocket is spinning uncontrollably towards Earth, with pieces of its core stage expected to hit the ground.China's Long March 5B rocket is spinning uncontrollably towards Earth, with pieces of its core stage expected to hit the ground.

Uncontrolled reentry: Why China “just not caring” is a huge problem for space

The 21-ton launcher accidentally flew into the Earth's orbit. The 21-ton launcher accidentally flew into the Earth's orbit. 

A massive Chinese rocket accidentally flew into low orbit, may crash down to Earth soon

The core of a giant Chinese Long March 5B rocket could fall through the atmosphere this week in an uncontrollable burn, experts warn.The same type of rocket crashed into West Africa and the Atlantic Ocean in May 2020, possibly damaging an inhabited village.

Massive Chinese rocket core to make uncontrolled reentry over Earth in coming days | Live Science

China's 21-ton Long March 5b rocket is on an uncontrolled reentry path and could fall back to Earth in a few days. Most of it will burn up, but experts fear chunks will fall on populated areas.China's 21-ton Long March 5b rocket is on an uncontrolled reentry path and could fall back to Earth in a few days. Most of it will burn up, but experts fear chunks will fall on populated areas.

21-TON Chinese rocket is tumbling to Earth and could shower debris on populated areas | Daily Mail Online

A large Chinese rocket is set to make an uncontrolled reentry back into Earth's atmosphere, but it is not yet clear exactly where or when the debris will hit our planet.The Long March 5B rocket's core stage could fall from space any day now.

Rocket debris from China's space station launch is falling back to Earth — but where? | Space

A 21-ton Chinese rocket core careening back to Earth on an uncontrolled path could cause debris to fall on the United States or other populated countries during the next several days, according to published reports. A 21-ton Chinese rocket core careening back to Earth on an uncontrolled path could cause debris to fall on the United States or other populated countries during the next several days, according to published reports.

Report: Chinese Rocket Debris Could Hit US | Newsmax.com

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The 30-meter-tall, 21-ton rocket booster, launched by China last week, could fall in areas as far north as New York state and as far south as New Zealand.The 30-meter-tall, 21-ton rocket booster, launched by China last week, could fall in areas as far north as New York state and as far south as New Zealand.

A Huge Chinese Rocket Part Is Making an Out-of-Control Descent to Earth

The 21-ton object is the core stage of China’s Long March 5B rocket, which launched from the Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site.The 21-ton object is the core stage of China’s Long March 5B rocket, which launched from the Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site.

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A Chinese rocket that was recently launched is now out of control and is expected to impact Earth at some point this week.A Chinese rocket that was recently launched is now out of control and is expected to impact Earth at some point this week.

China's rocket will crash back to Earth this week, could hit a city | TweakTown

Last weekend, China celebrated its sixth "National Space Day" in Nanjing, an event that highlights advances China has made in space. Similar to Space Day that is held each year on the first Thursday in ...

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Recently China launched a Long March-5B Y2 rocket into space that carried its first space station module into orbit. While China hailed the launch as completelyRecently China launched a Long March-5B Y2 rocket into space that carried its first space station module into orbit. While China hailed the launch as completely successful, it turns out something h…

A Chinese rocket will make an uncontrolled reentry in the coming days - SlashGear

SpaceX could make it happen -- and these companies could help.SpaceX could make it happen -- and these companies could help.

Why This Space Expert Thinks "Hundreds of Thousands of Humans" Could Live in Space By 2050 | The Motley Fool

It's the largest object to have an uncontrolled re-entry in decades. It's the largest object to have an uncontrolled re-entry in decades.

Huge piece of Chinese rocket set for 'unacceptable' uncontrolled re-entry to Earth — possibly over NZ | 1 NEWS | TVNZ

Where it might land is anybody's guess. If the timing is right, it could even be New Zealand. Where it might land is anybody's guess. If the timing is right, it could even be New Zealand.

New Zealand in path of yet another massive out-of-control piece of Chinese space junk | Newshub

Space experts have criticised China's space agency as 20-tonne "Long March" booster could reportedly crash into Earth almost anywhere between New York and southern ChileSpace experts have criticised China's space agency as 20-tonne "Long March" booster could reportedly crash into Earth almost anywhere between New York and southern Chile

China's 'uncontrolled' descent of 20-tonne rocket 'risks hitting US' - Daily Star

The 21-ton Long March 5B rocket blasted off last Wednesday and successfully delivered the Tianhe module of China’s new space station into orbit. It could crash back to Earth in a populated area The 21-ton Long March 5B rocket blasted off last Wednesday and successfully delivered the Tianhe module of China’s new space station into orbit. It could crash back to Earth in a populated area

'Uncontrolled' Chinese rocket falling to Earth and nobody knows where it could land - World News - Mirror Online

Projectile currently orbiting Earth every 90 minutes after space station launchProjectile currently orbiting Earth every 90 minutes after space station launch

Huge Chinese rocket falling back to Earth in uncontrolled reentry | The Independent

There are several possible places where debris that survives reentry into Earth's atmosphere could crash down -- including New York, Madrid and Beijing in the northern hemisphere and southern Chile and Wellington, New Zealand, in the southern hemisphere, the outlet reported.The 21-ton object is the core stage of one of China's largest rockets, the Long March 5B, which had launched the first module for the country's space station, Space News reported.

Debris from Chinese rocket could crash down in New York

Rocket Launcher As Big As 10-Story Building Could Crash To Earth - Across America, US - No one knows exactly when or where the heavy-lift booster that launched the core module of China's space station might fall.No one knows exactly when or where the heavy-lift booster that launched the core module of China's space station might fall.

Rocket Launcher As Big As 10-Story Building Could Crash To Earth | Across America, US Patch

Rocket Launcher As Big As 10-Story Building... - Across America, US - No one knows exactly when or where the heavy-lift booster that launched the core module of Chinas space station might fall.Rocket Launcher As Big As 10-Story Building... - Across America, US - No one knows exactly when or where the heavy-lift booster that launched the core module of Chinas space station might fall.

Rocket Launcher As Big As 10-Story Building Could Crash To Earth | Across America, US Patch

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A 21-tonne chunk of space debris from a Chinese rocket launch is set to crash back to Earth in coming days,...

China's 21-tonne rocket set to crash back to Earth days after launch

It could fall on a number of cities.It could fall on a number of cities.

21-Ton Chinese Rocket is Plummeting Back to Earth

It could fall on a number of cities.It could fall on a number of cities.

21-Ton Chinese Rocket is Plummeting Back to Earth

A 21-TON rocket from China's successful space launch is expected to fall to Earth in an uncontrolled way, prompting fears of destruction to a populated area.A 21-TON rocket from China's successful space launch is expected to fall to Earth in an uncontrolled way, prompting fears of destruction to a populated area.

China rocket: Fears as 21-TON space debris falling to Earth in uncontrolled re-entry | World | News | Express.co.uk

The 30-metre Chinese rocket core will shatter as it nears Earth, and is unlikely to hit inhabited areas, experts say.The 30-metre Chinese rocket core will shatter as it nears Earth, and is unlikely to hit inhabited areas, experts say.

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An out-of-control spent rocket launched by China in recent days is racing back towards Earth and what's left of it is expected to impact Earth at some...An out-of-control spent rocket launched by China in recent days is racing back towards Earth and what's left of it is expected to impact Earth at some...

Out-of-Control Chinese Rocket Could Hit You This Week

The 22.5-ton rocket is now expected to make an uncontrolled crash back to Earth in the coming days. | iHeartRadioThe 22.5-ton rocket is now expected to make an uncontrolled crash back to Earth in the coming days. | iHeartRadio

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WASHINGTON • Mr Elon Musk's SpaceX returned four astronauts to Earth to conclude its first regular crew mission to the International Space Station, cementing its status as the only commercial partner of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Nasa) capable of carrying people so far.. Read more at straitstimes.com.United States News -WASHINGTON • Mr Elon Musk's SpaceX returned four astronauts to Earth to conclude its first regular crew mission to the International Space Station, cementing its status as the

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