A Chinese rocket booster explodes in a fireball near a village after putting two satellites in orbit
A Chinese rocket booster has exploded in a small town in the Asian country while it was falling, The Verge has reported.
According to The Verge, it exploded after it had lofted two satellites into orbit.
The explosion in a ball of flames was recorded on video by the residents, and fortunately no one was injured.
After a Long March 3B rocket took off from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in Sichuan Province, one of its four rockets boosters landed on the outskirts of a small Chinese town in the southwest of the country. The crash and its explosion was recorded on video.
It was reported that the rocket booster fell on the outskirts of a town and its inhabitants approached the scene to record the incident. Although no one was injured or any building damaged.