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Chinese Rocket Booster Will Crash Land on Earth Saturday… Could Hit Many of Earth’s Inhabited Areas

By Jesse Martin


Out-of-control Chinese rocket boosters will crash into the earth on Saturday, and 88% of Earth’s population is in the potential crash zone

On July 24th, China launched a rocket into space as part of its Tiangong space station program. Now, a rocket booster from the launch is hurtling back towards Earth, and scientists warn that it could hit an inhabited area.

Weighing 22 metric tons, or 45,5000 pounds, the debris is expected to re-enter the atmosphere this weekend.

While precisely where the debris will land is still uncertain, preliminary models by the Aerospace Corporation show 88% of Earth’s inhabited area being potentially hit by the debris. This includes all of Central America, Australia, India, Africa, and much of Asia.



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