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See Chinese rocket launch to send astronauts to its space station [Video]

See Chinese rocket launch to send astronauts to its space station

China successfully launched three astronauts into space, bringing the country one step closer to completing its new space station. CNN’s Steven Jiang reports.

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Chinese Rocket Has Finally Crashed to Earth [Video]

Chinese Rocket Has Finally Crashed to Earth

WENCHANG, CHINA — Remnants of the Chinese Long March 5B rocket that was launched last month have crashed back down to Earth and into the Indian Ocean at a speed of around 4.8 miles per second,..

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What happened with that Chinese rocket? [Video]

What happened with that Chinese rocket?

China's space agency says a core segment of its biggest rocket reentered Earth's atmosphere in the Indian Ocean above the Maldives.

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Chinese rocket segment falls back on earth and crashes, where in Indian Ocean?| Oneindia News [Video]

Chinese rocket segment falls back on earth and crashes, where in Indian Ocean?| Oneindia News

After days of speculation over where the 18-tonne segment of a Chinese rocket would fall, finally it has happend. As the large segment re-entered the earth's atmosphere, it disintegrated over the..

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Debris From Chinese Rocket Expected To Hit Earth Soon [Video]

Debris From Chinese Rocket Expected To Hit Earth Soon

An out-of-control Chinese rocket is expected to rain wreckage somewhere on Earth as early as Saturday night. It's hurtling through space right now, and no one knows exactly where it will land; Michael..

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Ex-NASA astronaut: US should pressure China on rocket re-entry protocol [Video]

Ex-NASA astronaut: US should pressure China on rocket re-entry protocol

Retired NASA astronaut Scott Kelly talks to CNN’s Jim Acosta about the uncertainty surrounding an out-of-control Chinese rocket that is set to reenter Earth’s atmosphere.

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WEB EXTRA: Chinese Rocket Debris Expected To Crash Down To Earth This Weekend [Video]

WEB EXTRA: Chinese Rocket Debris Expected To Crash Down To Earth This Weekend

No one knows where debris from a Chinese rocket will land when it comes crashing back to Earth this weekend. Here’s why space experts are saying the threat of any damage is “incredibly small.”

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What Goes Up, Must Come Down Holds True For Chinese Rocket Debris Set To Hit Earth This Weekend [Video]

What Goes Up, Must Come Down Holds True For Chinese Rocket Debris Set To Hit Earth This Weekend

Space watchers will keep their eyes to the sky this weekend as debris from a Chinese rocket is expected to come crashing back to Earth. No one knows when or where it will land.

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Pentagon Will Not Shoot Down Chinese Rocket [Video]

Pentagon Will Not Shoot Down Chinese Rocket

The U.S. military will not shoot down the Chinese rocket that is expected to fall back to Earth this weekend.

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Franklin Institute Chief Astronomer Predicts Where Chinese Rocket Debris Crash [Video]

Franklin Institute Chief Astronomer Predicts Where Chinese Rocket Debris Crash

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Unclear When Or Where Debris From Chinese Rocket Will Crash Down To Earth [Video]

Unclear When Or Where Debris From Chinese Rocket Will Crash Down To Earth

Space watchers will keep their eyes to the sky this weekend as debris from a Chinese rocket is expected to come crashing back to Earth. But no one knows when or where it will land.

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See first photo of rocket expected to crash into Earth [Video]

See first photo of rocket expected to crash into Earth

A Chinese rocket is expected to crash into Earth as soon as this weekend. CNN’s John Berman discusses with theoretical physicist, Michio Kaku of the City University of New York.

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U.S. Military Has No Plan to Shoot Down Uncontrolled Chinese Rocket Set to Hit Earth [Video]

U.S. Military Has No Plan to Shoot Down Uncontrolled Chinese Rocket Set to Hit Earth

The U.S. has no plan to shoot down the debris of a large Chinese rocket expected to plunge back through the atmosphere this weekend. Veuer’s Maria Mercedes Galuppo has the story.

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Giant Chinese Rocket's Pieces to Rain Down on Earth, Again [Video]

Giant Chinese Rocket's Pieces to Rain Down on Earth, Again

WASHINGTON — The huge, 30 meter-tall core of a Chinese rocket is tumbling wildly through low-Earth orbit and could crash anywhere on Earth in the coming days. The same type of Chinese rocket..

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CNN10 - 5/6/21 [Video]

CNN10 - 5/6/21

Observers voice concerns for Afghan women and girls, a Chinese rocket goes out of control, Broadway is allowed to reopen, and a U.S. runner breaks a record.

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'Out of control' rocket being monitored by Pentagon [Video]

'Out of control' rocket being monitored by Pentagon

A large Chinese rocket that is reportedly out of control and set to reenter Earth’s atmosphere is being monitored by the Pentagon. CNN’s Barbara Starr has the details.

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Main stage of Chinese rocket likely to plunge to Earth soon [Video]

Main stage of Chinese rocket likely to plunge to Earth soon

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Chinese rocket re-enters Earth’s atmosphere, disintegrates over Indian Ocean near Maldives

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Out-of-control Chinese rocket re-enters earth, disintegrates over THIS place

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Chinese rocket to tumble back to Earth in uncontrolled re-entry

A large segment of a Chinese rocket is expected to make an uncontrolled re-entry into the Earth's atmosphere over the weekend, but Beijing has downplayed fears of damage on the ground and said the risk..
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Chinese rocket debris will re-enter into Earth by THIS date - Details here

The Long March 5B - comprising one core stage and four boosters - lifted off from China's Hainan island on April 29.
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