NASA criticized China for rocket!


Monday, May 10, 2021 – 17:40 | Last Updated: 10 05 2021 – 17:40

“China cannot fulfill its standard responsibility for space debris,” NASA Administrator Bill Nelson said of China’s rocket that fell out of control and crashed into the Indian Ocean. said.

The US National Aeronautics and Space Agency (NASA) criticized China for “failing to fulfill its standard responsibility” when its rocket crashed into the Indian Ocean uncontrollably.

“Space-traveling countries need to minimize the risk of returning vehicle remains to people and property. China cannot fulfill its standard responsibility for space debris,” NASA Administrator Bill Nelson posted on Twitter. found in the description.

The Long March 5B rocket, which was launched into orbit on April 29 to carry the core module of the China Space Station and got out of control, crashed in the Indian Ocean near the Maldives.

The Chinese Office of Manned Space Engineering announced that the rocket, which burned most of its debris in the atmosphere, landed near the Maldives at 10.24 (05.24 local time) Chinese time.

Long March 5B

The Long March-5B rocket was launched into space on April 29 to carry the first piece of the Chinese Space Station and its core module Tienhi (Celestial Harmony) into space.

After launching, the Tianhi module left the rocket and entered its planned orbit.

The main body of the rocket also had to land at a pre-planned point on Earth.