Chinese Rocket Wreckage Falls on Indian Soil

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Chinese rocket debris fell on Indian soil. In the dark night skies over Maharashtra, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh, the people of these states saw a ball of fire in the sky. In the beginning, many thought it was a meteorite, but within minutes it caught fire, a round object and a ring collapsed in Chandrapur district of Maharashtra. Experts believe that it is the debris of the rocket launched by China in 2021

Allegedly this is a video of a Chinese rocket exploding over the Indian sky

Jonathan McDowell, an astronomer at the Center for Astrophysics, tweeted: “I believe this is due to the Chinese rocket re-entering Earth’s atmosphere.”

An ISRO scientist, on condition of anonymity, said: “I believe it was probably a Chinese CZ-3B because its timing and location matched the US Space Command’s forecast.” At least it is clear from the statements of many experts that this event was not a cosmic event. Instead, Chinese rockets which was used to put satellites in the orbit fell on the Indian soil.

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