USA stalks out of control Chinese space rocket

The out-of-control Chinese Long March 5B rocket put the world on alert.

Mice Howard, a Pentagon spokesperson, stated that they expected the rocket to land on the earth on May 8 and that the rocket’s route was followed by the US Space Force.

Howard stated that they do not know exactly where the remnants of the rocket will land on the earth, but that this can be predicted hours before the rocket lands on earth.

China is silent about the rocket expected to crash on Earth

The Beijing administration remained silent on reports that the Long March 5B rocket was out of control and expected to crash to Earth over the weekend.

In the Chinese press, there is no news about the US Space Force Command’s statement about the rocket out of control, while the official authorities did not give any information on the subject.

It was reported that the US Space Force Command was waiting for an out-of-control rocket from China to crash to Earth at the weekend and continued to follow the route of this rocket.

Mice Howard, a spokesperson for the US Department of Defense, stated that they expected the rocket remains to fall on May 8, but it could be predicted hours before it landed on the planet.

It was stated that some of the huge rocket burned in the atmosphere after it got out of control. It is worried that some parts of the rocket that remained intact will fall into residential areas.

Long March 5B was launched into space on April 29

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 the launch, 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.

While the Chinese Prime Minister Li Kıçiang and the state official were watching the launch from a center in the capital city of Beijing, Chinese President Xi Jinping sent a congratulatory message to the staff of the Vincang Satellite Launch Center.

Tiengong-1 was also out of control and shattered in the atmosphere.

The space shuttle Tiengong-1 (Sky Palace), which China launched into orbit on September 29, 2011, completed its mission in 2016.

During its landing in 2018, the shuttle broke out of control and entered the world atmosphere. The Sky Palace-1, heading towards the South Pacific, was largely fragmented in the atmosphere.

At that time, the possibility of Gök Saray-1 falling to Turkey was also emphasized.