Despite concerns that the arrival of the Chinese Rocket could put people in danger, experts have repeated that the missile will most likely fall into water, simply because it makes up three-quarters of the Earth’s surface. The odds of being hit by any piece of the missile were extremely small.
The Long March 5B rocket finally fell over the Indian Ocean, according to most organizations tracking it.
In late April, the out-of-control rocket was launched to carry the first part of China’s Tianhe module, which will serve as the core of the planned manned space station but, the boosted rocket went into orbit, after China lost control over it, leading to worldwide concerns that it might hit populated areas.
Even for scientists, It was difficult to predict where and when the spacecraft might fall due to a host of unknown details, both about the rocket itself but about the way the atmosphere would react with it.