almost certainly the break up of CZ-5B-Y3, there. The Borneo side of Malaysia


Jonathan McDowell: 'Debris would land downrange in northern Borneo, possbily Brunei'

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U.S.S.C confirms "the People’s Republic of China (PRC) Long March 5B (CZ-5B) re-entered over the Indian Ocean at approx 10:45 am MDT on 7/30. We refer you to the for further details on the reentry’s technical aspects such as potential debris dispersal+ impact location"

Now Space Force has confirmed decay at 1651 UTC approx 113E 3 N (Bintulu, Sarawak)

If you think the U.S.S.C post seems a bit snippy, NASA administrator Bill Nelson just issued this statement about today's Long March 5B core stage reentry.

Adrian Beil (reporter/commentator for NASA Spaceflight) explains why China's CZ-5B core stage is bad.

CNSA CMS estimate the debris of the upper stage of the Long March 5B Y3 rocket (CZ5B) re-entered the atmosphere in Sulu sea around 119.0°E, 9.1°N

@Del_4Ri On a remote island in the Sulu sea, an aged Japanese soldier is wondering what dastardly new weapons the Americans are now using to fight the war.

@PombalStoat Ah, he'll likely have had a heart attack at the sight, poor old lad.

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