General James Dickinson Updates Seacrest After He Went Down a 'Rocket' Hole

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In case you missed it, the 98-foot-long, 20-ton rocket that China launched into space on April 29 carrying part of the country's new space station crashed into the Indian Ocean over the weekend.

Ryan Seacrest shared on-air after learning of the debris from China's Long March 5B rocket that he went down a "rocket hole" over the weekend searching for what went down.

So, what exactly happened and how ill they handle the debris and more? Seacrest went straight to the source and got the low-down from none other than U.S. Army General James H. Dickinson aka the Commander of U.S. Space Command!

Listen back to their chat above.