China's Long March rocket debris falls in Indian Ocean close to Maldives, ending days of uncertainty
- The debris from China's disintegrating Long March rocket entered the Earth's atmosphere on Sunday and reportedly fell into the Indian Ocean area close to the Maldives.
- The coordinates put the splash down in the Indian Ocean, close to the Maldives, Hong-Kong based South China Morning Post.
- The rocket, carrying the core module for China's Tiangong Space Station, blasted off from the Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site on the southern island province of Hainan on April 29.
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