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A burning streak is seen over the Sarawak State Legislative Assembly building in Kuching. – @hanifDaslepzz Twitter pic, July 31, 2022.

THE Science, Technology and Innovation Ministry (Mosti) has confirmed that debris from China’s Long March 5B rocket, which had caught fire while entering the earth’s atmosphere, crossed Malaysian airspace and was detected over Sarawak.

In a joint statement with the Malaysian Space Agency (Mysa), the ministry said the incident took place at 12.55am today.




“Debris was recorded falling around the Sulu Sea, in the area between latitude 9.1° North and longitude 119.0° East, today,” the statement said.

Social media was abuzz video recordings believed to be the burning debris of the rocket crossing above Kuching, Sarawak early this morning. – Bernama, July 31, 2022.