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Science News Roundup: China's manned space lab to re-enter atmosphere; UAE satellite probe

Devdiscourse News Desk | Updated: 13-07-2019 18:48 IST | Created: 13-07-2019 18:29 IST
Science News Roundup: China's manned space lab to re-enter atmosphere; UAE satellite probe

Following is a summary of current science news briefs.

China's manned space lab to re-enter atmosphere on Friday

China's manned space lab Tiangong-2 has finished experiments and will re-enter Earth's atmosphere on July 19, authorities said on Saturday. A small amount of debris is likely to fall into the designated safe waters of the South Pacific Ocean, the China Manned Space Engineering Office said in a statement.

Probe starts after UAE satellite lost in failed Vega launch

An investigation is underway after a European Vega rocket failed after take-off, destroying a military observation satellite as it was about to be placed in orbit for the United Arab Emirates, European space authorities said on Thursday. The Italian-built launcher blasted off from a space port in French Guiana at 10:53 pm local time on Wednesday (0153 GMT on Thursday), carrying the FalconEye1 earth observation satellite with a reported value of several hundred million dollars.

Also Read: UPDATE 2-China to impose sanctions on U.S. firms that sell arms to Taiwan

(With inputs from agencies.)

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