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  Un segment de fusée chinoise hors de contrôle se désintègre au dessus de l’océan indien © Copyright 2022, the Obs

A segment of Chinese space rocket made its uncontrolled return to the atmosphere on Saturday July 29 and S ' is disintegrated above the Indian Ocean, confirmed the Chinese space agency. The rocket was launched on July 24.

In a press release published on its official WeChat profile, the Chinese space agency said the impact coordinates: in the Sulu Sea, about 57 kilometers off the east coast of Palawan in the Philippines.

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Video: Successful takeoff for the Ariane 5 rocket, which has placed two telecommunications satellites (BFMTV)

sea of ​​Sulu

"most of its devices have been destroyed" in orbit. During the descent, said the agency about the extra rocket, which was used last Sunday to launch the second of the three modules that China needed to complete its new Tiangong space station, which should be fully operational 'Here the end of the year.

Descent of uncontrollable orbit

The long march rocket-5b was not designed to control its descent of orbit, which, as during the previous launches, aroused criticism, especially on the side of the United States.

China "did not give precise information on the trajectory of their long march rocket-5b", had tweeted the boss of NASA on Saturday, the American space agency, Bill Nelson. "All nations carrying out spatial activities should respect exemplary practices" because the fall of objects of this size "presents significant risks of provoking human or material losses", he added that the sharing of information was "essential" for "responsible use of space and to ensure the safety of people here on earth".

Entry into the atmosphere gives off immense heat and causes friction, segments can then burn and disintegrate, but the biggest machines, like the long step-5b, may not be completely destroyed. Their debris can then land on the surface of the earth and cause damage and make victims, even if this risk is low, the planet being covered with 70% of water.

In 2020, debris from another long step had crashed on villages in Côte d'Ivoire, causing damage, but without doing injuries.

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