Large rocket debris burn in southern China’s village

Large rocket debris was spotted burning in southern China’s village. The video was filmed by local villagers on December 29 in Longlin Autonomous County, Baise City, Guangxi Province. Villagers rushed to watch the debris, scattered in many places in the mountainous area, with the largest wreckage the size of a minibus. Officials said the debris was a booster from the rocket launch and did not cause any injury. The staff has gone to the place to retrieve the debris. It’s reported that the Long March-3B carrier rocket was blasted off the Xichang Satellite Launch Center at 12.43 am on December 29. The satellite entered the planned orbit and the mission was a complete success. Baise has been the Xichang Satellite Launch Center rocket debris landing area and the local authority has repeatedly published the public evacuation notice. The video was provided by local media.