Chinese Rocket Falling To Earth : Potential Fall Areas
Several speculations about the whereabouts of the Chinese missile or its wreckage, as global space agencies revealed some areas in which the missile might fall days after it went out of control.
The American space corporation, “Aerospace Corporation,” expected that the debris of the Chinese space missile would fall over Sudan, as it had previously placed the coasts of Australia among the potential areas for the fall.
A report by the “New York Times” newspaper quoted the non-profit organization “Aerospace Corporation”, that the missile may enter the airspace of the Earth on Saturday, adding, “If this is true, the debris of the missile may fall over Sudan.”
On the other hand, Dmitry Rogozin, head of the Russian Space Agency (Roscosmos), tweeted, Thursday, the publication of a map of the Earth showing potential collision areas.
According to Rogozin’s tweet, the potential areas include vast areas of most of the world’s continents, including entire continents such as Africa, South America and Australia.
A report by the British newspaper “The Guardian” quoted the European Space Agency as saying that “the trajectory of the Chinese missile means that any parts that will remain of it when it returns to Earth will fall between 41 degrees north and 41 degrees south south, which is a strip of land that extends from the southern regions of Spain, Portugal and Italy.” Down to Australia. ”