A Cheska Doji rocket on March 5 fell to Earth.  where exactly

China They just announced that they were following closely airline She promised to report the fate of the facility “in due course.” The track was also noted by the US non-profit organization The Aerospace Corporation.

Chinese missile will fall to the ground? We’ll find out “in time”

China has not cleaned itself up in space. The missile still fell out of control on the ground

Earlier, on Saturday, July 30, experts from this organization tweeted that parts of the missile’s core could fall on that day either in the Pacific or Atlantic oceans, as well as in central South America or off the coast of Mexico. So the forecast covered a very large area.

Finally, Long March 5 entered Earth’s atmosphere on Saturday around 6:45 p.m. polishing Time over the Indian Ocean, as reported by the US Air Force – US Space Command. The US leadership also announced that Messages Any details about the technical aspects of deorbiting the missile in the atmosphere, the possible distribution of fragments and the exact location of the impact should be sought from the Chinese.

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CNN He adds that the Chinese space agency said that most of the remnants of the missile were burnt while re-entering the atmosphere over the Sulu Sea – between Borneo and the Philippines.

Traditionally, private companies and space agencies in Western countries perform de-orbiting and incineration of space debris. The core of a Chinese 20-ton missile has been de-mutated (due to the presence of the residual atmosphere preventing it), but in an uncontrolled manner. It happened to the Chinese for the third time.

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China is making its presence felt in space more and more. They send m.in. Landing vehicles and rovers to the Moon and Mars, and building their own space station in Earth orbit. The first Tianhe (main) module was launched in April 2021, and for about a year (with a small break in the spring of 2022), a crew of three Chinese astronauts lived on board.

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