The explanation that relieves the world has come! The place where the Chinese rocket crashed is clear

09 May 2021 Sunday – 17:01 | Last Updated: 09 05 2021 – 17:59

The official statement came about the Chinese rocket Long March 5B, which has been speculating about where it will fall for days. With the explanation, it became clear where the rocket fell. Very harsh statements came from NASA on the subject.

After the Chinese Long March 5B rocket got out of control, it was announced that the rocket threatened many cities, including Turkey.

The expected statement about Long March 5B, which alarmed the world, finally came. China’s space agency reported that the rocket crashed on Earth and announced the location. According to the official announcement, Long March fell into the Indian Ocean at 10.24 BST local time (05.24 CET). In the same statement, it was underlined that a large part of the rocket burned and destroyed the moment it entered the atmosphere., which keeps track of the rocket’s position from moment to moment, also confirmed the fall of Lond March 5B.

Scientists warned that if these pieces hit residential areas, many people could die.


The American Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) accused it of “failing to fulfill its responsibility” in its statement on the subject.

NASA Administrator Bill Nelson used the following statements in a statement published on the space agency’s website recently; “Space travel countries should minimize risks to humans in bringing space objects back to Earth and maximize transparency regarding these operations.”


China had fired this rocket as part of the space station project that it started to build in orbit. There is already the International Space Station in space, where the US, Canada, Japan, Russia and European countries are working together. However, the International Space Station’s mission will end in 2024. The China Space Station will be the only space station in orbit after 2024.

The station, which will consist of a core module, two laboratory modules and a space telescope, will be about the same size as Russia’s no longer active Mir Space Station when completed. Following the “Tienhi” module, the laboratory modules named “Vıntien” (Searching the Skies) and “Mıngtien” (Dreaming the Skies) will be sent to space in 2022. After the main skeleton is formed, the space telescope named “Shuntian” (Traveling the Skies) will be added to the station as a separate module in the following years.