We’ve all been here before: you’re relaxing, watching TV, and playing on your phone when something startles you. It could be a knock, a noise, or a pet moving around, but the one thing that all of these disturbances have in common is that they’re completely unwelcome.

One man in China’s Shanxi Province recently experienced this jarring phenomenon…only instead of a run-of-the-mill sound, he experienced the unholy din of a rocket engine falling through his roof.

The engine is thought to have come from a craft that recently launched a satellite into orbit.

The engine is thought to have come from a craft that recently launched a satellite into orbit.

According to U.K. publication SinoDefense, “Debris fell into a house after [the shuttle’s] launch yesterday.”

According to U.K. publication SinoDefense, "Debris fell into a house after [the shuttle's] launch yesterday."

You think?

Oddly enough, this wasn’t the only incident.

Oddly enough, this wasn't the only incident.

There are several other reports of space debris being found within a 300-mile radius from the country’s official launch site.

Based on preliminary reports, no one was actually hurt in this freak accident. Let’s just hope that the skies stop raining shuttle parts.

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