A video was also made about the fall and impact.
Fragments of a missile used to launch Chinese satellites have fallen into a populated area in China Space.com website. The remains were also recorded.
The China National Space Agency launched two satellites from the Xinjiang Space Center in the early hours of December 26, Hungarian time. The Changcheng 3B rocket also delivered two spacecraft for China's Beidou Navigation Satellite System, which is roughly equivalent to the US Global Positioning System (GPS).
The satellites successfully entered medium Earth orbit, but the side boosters of the Changcheng 3B rocket fell off and fell into the Guangxi region of southern China.
Andrew Jones The journalist posted a video on X that was originally shared on Weibo. This shows one of the remains receding, but the other accelerator was also detected, and the device allegedly crashed into a house. Reddish-brown gas or smoke indicating nitrogen tetroxide can be seen in the footage. Hydrazine is also used in the missile, and both substances are extremely dangerous.
This is not the first time that Chinese space missiles have raised concerns. Several countries have previously accused Beijing of dealing carelessly with its space debris. In China, warnings are often issued before missile launches, and evacuations are carried out in some potentially affected areas.