A Chinese rocket launched into space last June to deliver military surveillance satellites reportedly disintegrated over Texas Wednesday.
Here’s the rocket launch last June:
[🔴China’s 21st launch in 2022] At UTC 02:22 June 23, 3 Yaogan(遥感/RemoteSensing)-35-02 satellites were successfully launched by #CZ2D Y64 rocket in Xichang, Sichuan. This is the 424th launch of Long March rocket family. HD: https://t.co/018SGyq48M pic.twitter.com/0kDtkg7hua
— CNSA Watcher (@CNSAWatcher) June 23, 2022
USNI News reported that the rocket’s debris landed in Texas.
The 8,000-pound Chang Zheng 2D ‘Long March’ rocket reportedly caused debris “miles wide and several hundred miles long.”
The Pentagon might want to check with their overseers in Beijing before sending off a strongly-worded letter of mild protest to the CCP: #TheGreatAmericaShow
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