The Chinese spacecraft's waste materials fell into the Rakhine Sea
Locals said that on August 21, the materials discarded from the Chinese spacecraft fell into the Rakhine Sea. The Rakhine Daily News of the Military Council, Rakhine State also reported that waste from the Chinese spacecraft landed in the sea 66 km west of Gwa Township and 104 km south of Man Aung Island.
The waste materials of Chinese spaceships hit the Rakhine Sea once in 2020, twice in 2021, and twice in 2022, and this time, it has made a total of six times. Due to this fall, there may be a lot of damage to the marine ecosystem, including the marine life and coral reefs of the Rakhine Sea. The Military Council of Rakhine State stated that there was no harm in this incident.