Last week, China successfully launched a crew module for its new space station. But the first stage of the rocket that sent that module into orbit is now falling to Earth uncontrollably. 

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31 thoughts on “Chinese rocket expected to fall to Earth in the coming days”
  1. Yes, we should be celebrating an amazing achievement by a country which was poverty stricken only 40 years ago. Don't let our fears run away with us……

  2. when US rocket debris hit a farm in Washington, “it’s a spectacular light show”. When Chinese rocket landed in ocean, “Danger! Danger! Danger!”

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