Sometimes, it’s just your day. For instance, when a piece of a rocket falls from the sky and not only does it not land on top of you, but you manage to capture some pretty sweet pictures of its descent.
That’s what happened to a journalist in Guizhou Province on Wednesday, who was able to snap pictures of the debris off of a Long March 3A rocket as it spiraled and slammed back to earth in Fuquan County.
The rocket had carried a geostationary meteorological satellite, Fengyun-2G, earlier that day. The satellite has successfully entered into orbit, according to NetEase.
The landing didn’t damage anything, unless you count nature.
How you know it’s not your day: When rocket debris smashes through your roof.
by Alex Linder
[Images via NetEase]