Chinese space shuttle parts may fall over Rakhine sea tonight
Narinjara News, 27 December 2020
Some needless parts of a Chinese space shuttle may fall over the western Rakhine sea in south-western Burma this evening (between 10:08 and 10:34 pm), said a warning notice from the Myanmar civil aviation department.
Those parts may fall somewhere at around 30 miles southwest of Thandwe airport and about 45 nautical miles south of Man Aung airport in Rakhine State.
The space flight parts could have fallen over the sea at a location which is around 60 nautical miles northwest of Pathein airport, added the notice.
A telegram received by the directorate of Myanmar civil aviation from the Beijing pilot warning office under the People's Republic of China stated that a space flight activity can take place on 27 December 2020 in the evening hours.
The concerned authority has warned the inshore fishing vessels from Rakhine not to venture into the sea until further notices.