Chinese Long March Blazes Over U.S.

LOS ANGELES—U.S. Strategic Command’s Joint Space Operations Center (JSpOC) confirms that a trail of flaming objects that streaked over the western U.S. on July 27 was the expended upper stage of China’s inaugural Long March 7 medium-launch vehicle re-entering the atmosphere. Remnants of the vehicle...

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