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‘Really unpredictable’: Chinese rocket hurtling back to Earth; possible debris zone spans huge swath of globe – msnNOW

A section of a Chinese rocket is falling to Earth and could hit late Saturday. China’s government expects most of it will burn up during reentry.

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A huge section of a Chinese Long March 5B rocket is falling back to Earth and debris may land sometime Saturday evening or later if the rocket doesn’t burn up on the way down.
The rocket could hit Earth around 11:30 p.m. EST Saturday, according to calculations by Aerospace Corporation, a California-based non-profit group that operates a space research and development center.
Where, exactly, remains a mystery — for now. As of Saturday morning, Aerospace Corporation’s projections put a large swath…

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