Nasa has been criticizing China due to its failed mission of a rocket that has caused so much disturbance in the whole world due to their lost control on it and its unaware landing. It is essential that nations figure out how to safely return payloads from space after they have been launched from Earth, said Sen. Bill Nelson in a statement released on NASA’s website Sunday. The rocket however didn’t cost much damage to anyone but could have been hazardous if it would have landed in some other areas.
China launched the Long March-5B launcher on Nov 3 to take two astronauts and an experimental module to the orbiting Tiangong 2 space lab. The rocket entered a sun-synchronous orbit for continuous operation. But most of the booster stage broke up and fell in a designated zone in the North Pacific Ocean. A Chinese space rocket has crashed high above the Pacific Ocean
A giant, 40,000-pound rocket that has been left to hurtle through space without control now threatens to crash into Earth. This is the last space rocket of its kind in existence. The threat it possessed with it was too high but fortunately, it landed in an area where everyone was safe and the debris that was found was also in good condition. It may sound like a science fiction movie plot, but there is a lot of garbage in space. Collectively these pieces of debris are called “space junk” and collisions between these objects can be harmful to spacecraft and satellites. But the scientists have confirmed that after this incident they will be more careful about the aircraft and rockets that will be launched.