Chinese Long March 5B re-enters over Arabian Peninsula – US Space Command

KUALA LUMPUR, May 9 – The Chinese Long March 5B re-entered over the Arabian Peninsula at approximately 10.15 pm EDT (10.14 am Sunday, Malaysian time), according to an announcement in the US Space Command’s official Twitter account.

It is unknown if the debris impacted land or water. Meanwhile, the Malaysian Space Agency also quoted the US Space Command’s announcement in a press release today.

China Manned Space Engineering Office meanwhile reported that the rocket’s debris had fallen into the Indian Ocean at 72.47 ° E (longitude) and 2.65 ° N (latitude) at about 10.24 am, Sunday.