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Debris from a rocket launched by China crashed harmlessly into the Indian Ocean on Sunday, following days of uncertainty over where it might land. Most of the 20-ton section of the rocket burned up when reentering the atmosphere, but some pieces splashed down near the Maldives, according to Chinas space agency. Prior to the crash, experts had warned that there was a small chance the debris could fall in a…

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