World / Chinese rocket weighing 23 tons is falling back to Earth again no one knows where

Zoom News : Nov 03, 2022, 04:36 PM
China, which is building its own space station, has suffered another major setback. The 23-ton rocket sent by the Chinese Space Agency has failed after launch and is falling back towards the Earth. This rocket flew to the space station carrying the Mengtian module. It has been told in the report that Chinese scientists could not install the rocket in orbit, after which this heavy rocket is falling towards the Earth. This rocket was launched last week.

According to media reports, the China Manned Space Agency (CSMA) launched the Long Mart 5B rocket with the Mengtian module to the Tiangong space station. The rocket is expected to crash and burn in the atmosphere, but some fragments may fall to the ground. quoted Ted Muelhaupt, an advisor to the Office of the Corporate Chief Engineer of the Aerospace Corporation, as saying that China's space debris is a threat to the whole world. About 88 percent of the world's population is at risk.

Chinese rocket went out of control at the beginning of the year

Earlier this year also a Chinese rocket went uncontrollable and entered the Earth's atmosphere. It was the second rocket sent to the space station. It lost control only six days after launch. After losing control of the rocket, China did not inform anyone about it. It was a matter of relief that part of the rocket had fallen into the Indian Ocean.

Rocket parts fell in Malaysia and Indonesia

Most of the rocket was burnt. Parts of its booster and launcher were found to have fallen over parts of Southeast Asia, including Malaysia and Indonesia. However, due to this rocket, there was no threat to any life or property on earth. China has already been accused of not giving information about the failed rockets.