10-Storey Building-Height Chinese Rocket Falls to Earth
The 23-ton rocket launched from China's Tiangong space base began to fall to Earth uncontrollably.
A massive 23-ton rocket launched from China's Tiangong spaceport on Monday fell uncontrollably to Earth. It is not clear where the 10-storey building-high rocket will land.
It has been reported that the Long March 5B rocket, which carried the science module Mengtian to China's space station, began to fall towards the earth's atmosphere after completing its space mission. Scientists warned that the rate of rocket fall in areas with high human population is high.
While modern rockets are allowed to fall into the Pacific Ocean using propulsion in the vacuum of space, the lack of this feature in the Chinese rocket Long March 5B will cause the rocket to crash into the earth rapidly.
Warnings were issued on Saturday morning that the rocket could land anywhere on Earth. It was stated that the 23-ton rocket, which will burn after entering the atmosphere, can fall to different points in independent parts.
Your calculations of where the Long March 5B rocket, the size of a 10-story building, will land are inconclusive. However, it was said that 60 or 40 percent of the huge rocket that entered the atmosphere could remain as a whole.