Most debris from a large Chinese rocket Long March 5B will be burned up on reentry and is highly unlikely to cause any harm. This was stated by Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin, Reuters reports.
Speaking in Beijing, Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said China was closely following the rocket's reentry into the atmosphere, and that most of its components would be burned up upon re-entry.
"The probability of this process causing harm on the ground is extremely low," he said.
Debris from the Long March 5B is likely to fall in international waters.
Meanwhile, the State Space Agency of Ukraine will pay Elon Musk’s SpaceX $ 1,99 million for the launch of the Ukrainian satellite Sich 2-30.
“The design engineering bureau "Southern" consulted with SpaceX, and SpaceX forwarded the task of adapting the satellite for launch to its division in Germany. So, the total amount of the contract today is $ 1,99 million. This amount is already considering all the technical issues related to the launch of the satellite,” the head of the agency Volodymyr Taftay said.