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NASA blasts China for ‘failing to meet responsible standards’ over space debris

18-Ton Rocket Breaks Up On Re-Entry Over The Indian Ocean Near The Maldives

By KEITH GRIFFITH, FAITH RIDLER and CHRIS JEWERS

FOR DAILYMAIL.COM FOR MAILONLINE

NASA has issued a strongly-worded rebuke to China over its space program, accusing the country of ‘failing to meet responsible standards’ after debris from an uncontrolled rocket reentered Earth’s atmosphere late on Saturday evening.

China’s Long March rocket stage arrived back above the Indian Ocean, north of the Maldives, U.S. officials confirmed.

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