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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.”

Credit: CBS4 Miami     Duration: 00:51Published
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.

Credit: CBS4 Miami     Duration: 00:31Published
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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Credit: CBS 3 Philly     Duration: 02:07Published

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