Will the out-of-control Chinese rocket land in Turkey?
It remains unclear at what point in the world China’s rocket, which was sent to space but went out of control on the way back, will land. Responding to the allegations that the rocket will fall into Turkey, the Turkish Space Agency (TUA) announced that it is in contact with the Chinese National Space Administration and that official and updated information will be shared in order to avoid confusion.
The rocket’s return to Earth, which was launched on October 31 to carry the last module to China’s Tiangong Space Station, has raised concerns.
CLOSE TO THE WORLD AND TURNED 28 THOUSAND MILES SPEED
The out-of-control Long March 5B launch vehicle circles the Earth at a speed of 28,000 kilometers per hour, approaching Earth. Various space organizations are trying to calculate the route of the rocket with instant data from social media.
THE ROCKET IS EXPECTED TO FALL TODAY
Although the rocket is expected to land off the coast of Madagascar in the Indian Ocean, this situation changes momentarily. The possible route the rocket is expected to land on includes North America, Africa and Australia. It is stated that the Chinese rocket, which went out of control, may fall to the world at noon or noon today.
ANSWER TO THE CLAIMS THAT THEY ARE GOING TO GO TO TURKEY
Regarding the news in the press that the rocket will land in Turkey, a statement came from the Turkish Space Agency. While it was stated that we are in contact with the China National Space Administration, it was reported that “only official and up-to-date information will be shared in order to avoid confusion.” “Exact estimates of the launch vehicle’s landing will be provided by China as needed,” the statement said.