On May 20th, China sent the Long March 4C rocket into space to establish a communications satellite. The launch went perfectly as planned, however, the agency lost track of where the rocket’s nosecone was meant to crash-land.
UFO crash turned out to be Chinese rocket
The officials called to removed the alleged UFO crash received the helpful hands of the nearby villagers to remove the debris. The metals have now been transported back to the launching area and are kept in a safer environment.
The launch of the rocket was part of China’s ambition to explore the moon. They currently have plans to send a rover probe to the dark side of the moon to investigate the area. At the moment, there is no scheduled date for this to happen, but they are aiming to achieve this before the year is out.