Raketschroot find house Indonesia
On two Indonesian islands are the remnants of a space rocket taking. The raketschroot struck Monday, a house and a barn, but the residents remained, according to the police unharmed.
“According to the residents gloeiden the raketresten even when they took,” said superintendent of police of Giliraja and Giligenting.
The Indonesian ruimtevaartinstituut think that the downed debris come from an American Falcon 9, a two-stage rocket that previous month is used to place a satellite in space.
It is probably of the order of parts of the fuel tank, said managing director Thomas Djamaluddin. The most raketrestanten burn, usually at their return into the atmosphere.
Giliraja and Giligenting lie off the coast of Surabaya.