"After a successful blastoff from New Mexico's Spaceport America on April 28th, the UP Aerospace SpaceLoft XL rocket and its payload nosed into space on a suborbital trajectory. As part of launch operations, the rocket was tracked by specialists at the neighboring White Sands Missile Range. While all went well with the flight, the rocket components parachuted into rough and tumble terrain. But given the dense vegetation on the side of the mountain being searched, along with equipment available to the search team, pinpointing the exact locale has proven a tough assignment."
Please, no "beam me up Scotty" jokes...although it's what I was thinking! Oy vey!