Malaysia’s space agency advises the public not to move missile debris


Kuching, July 31: The public is advised not to remove any suspicious objects related to the wreckage incident of the Chinese Long March 5B missile that entered Sarawak airspace early this morning.

The Malaysian Space Agency said through a media statement yesterday that the public is also being asked not to tamper with, damage or destroy suspected objects from the accident.

“Please call the emergency line 999 or the supervision department of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI) at 03-88858742,” the agency explained.

This morning, the Ministry of Musti confirmed that fragments of the Chinese Long March 5B missile had returned to Earth’s airspace.

According to a statement issued by the ministry in Putrajaya this morning, the wreckage was discovered at 12.55 am this morning Malaysian time in several areas around Sarawak airspace.

Social media users in this state shared footage of the accident, which was initially believed to be a “meteor entering Earth”.

Among the areas that could clearly witness the accident are Bintulu, Mocha, Kuching and Matang. – S . TV

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