Chinese rocket danger zone mapped: Where could Chinese rocket hit Earth?

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Experts have said that, based on the trajectory, it shouldn’t fall further north than approximately 41.5 degrees North latitude or further south than 41.5 degrees South latitude, but the rest is impossible to determine.

That still leaves a large portion of the Earth still in the danger zone.

Most of the debris should burn up when it reenters Earth’s atmosphere, but experts are saying there is a real chance of resistant materials surviving to the surface.

However, the chances of anyone being hit by space junk are very small.

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