China and France jointly launched a satellite, but it fell back to Earth immediately after launch and exploded

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After the launch in China, part of the rocket fell back to earth, people started running here and there

The satellite developed by China and France took off on June 21, but a part of the rocket that was carrying this satellite fell to the earth shortly after the launch, after which people started running here and there.

Part of the rocket fell back to Earth

Recently, China and France jointly launched a satellite, this satellite was being carried by the Long March 2-C rocket. Shortly after launching this rocket, a part of the rocket fell back to Earth and blasted, after which there was chaos in the area.

The spacecraft, along with the satellite named Space Variable Objects Monitor (SVOM), took off from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center at 3 am on Saturday, June 22, China time. Shortly after takeoff, the booster came back to Earth and fell in a residential area in a densely populated area. The booster is a part of the rocket.

Part of the rocket fell on the earth, people ran away

The video of this incident is circulating rapidly on social media, in this video it can be seen how the part of the rocket fell on the earth, creating an atmosphere of panic all around and people started running here and there. Long March 2C uses a hypergolic mixture of nitrogen tetroxide and unsymmetrical dimethyl hydrogen (UDMH), this mixture is poisonous to the human body. Since the part of the rocket fell, many people on the internet have expressed concern about this poisonous substance, which can enter the body through breathing and can cause a lot of harm.


The satellite successfully reached orbit

After this incident, Chinese officials have declared the mission successful. They said that the satellite had successfully reached its orbit. They further said that this satellite is the most powerful satellite ever built to study the most distant explosions of stars. According to China's National Space Administration, the satellite's mission is to study astronomical events including gamma-ray explosions. According to the information, it will play a very important role in studying other astronomical events and making discoveries in the future. China and France have jointly developed this satellite for the first time.