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The US Army’s 18th Space Control Squadron has predicted that the main stage of the Chinese rocket Long March 5B will land in the Indian Ocean as it prepares to launch out of control and into the Earth’s atmosphere. The space track controlled by him released the Gir area information via a Twitter handle.

According to a report released last night at 7.58, the area between latitude is 3.9 degrees and longitude is 79.4 degrees. It is located 1327 km south of the Indian Ocean. It is located southeast of the Maldives and northwest of Diego Garcia. The exact location can be determined only after re-entry into the atmosphere.

Institutions such as Spacetrack and Aerospace Organization predict re-entry from 5am to 1pm on Sundays.

But there are still different figures as to where the rocket will land, but it is known that it will not affect the United States. There are live videos on several YouTube channels and Facebook pages to track and explain the Chinese rocket landing.

English summary: Chinese rocket debris for re-entry in the coming hours: tracking center

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