Following the successful test flight of China’s new Long March 5B rocket, which will carry their space station components and astronauts into orbit, information has emerged that their deorbit program for the core stage either didn’t go according to plan, or it was a terrible plan… parts landed in a village while others landed pretty close to the eastern seaboard of the United States…
Dr Brad and Matt dive into this Talkin’ Science story of the week.
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