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 The Philippine Space Agency (PhilSa) on Tuesday issued warning of possible rocket debris from China's Long March 7A (CZ-7A) that was launch on Tuesday night at Hainan Island, China.

The debris is expected to drop 71 kilometers from Burgos, Ilocos Norte and 52 km from Sta. Ana, Cagayan. 

“In prior coordination with the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines, PhilSA was able to verify the estimated drop zones of the rocket debris from the Notice to Airmen issued by the Civil Aviation Administration of China,” PhilSA said in an advisory.

“While debris from CZ-7A is unlikely to fall on land features or inhabited areas in the Philippine territory, falling debris still poses a considerable threat to ships, aircraft, fishing boats, and other vessels that will pass through the drop zones,” it added.

It advised also the public to inform authorities if sighted a suspected floating debris near the drop zone.

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