Debris from Chinese rocket crosses into Malaysian airspace [NSTTV]

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Space Agency (MYSA) has confirmed the re-entry of debris from China's Long March 5B rocket into the Malaysian airspace today at 12.55am.

The agency in a statement said continuous monitoring by the Science, Technology and Innovation Ministry and a statement from China Space Agency, confirmed that the crossing of the debris was detected in Malaysia's airspace, including in Sarawak.

"The debris fell along the Sulu Sea between latitude 9.1° North and longitude 119.0° East today."

Early today, several videos went viral on social media, believed to be debris from the rocket that crossed Kuching's airspace.

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