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A Chinese rocket will land on Earth and they don’t rule out that it will happen in Santa Fe. will be on saturday

For the third time, the remains of a Chinese rocket will impact Earth and There is a possibility that it may have fallen somewhere in Argentina.

According to a report provided by the United States Space Command, debris from the spacecraft Will fall during the next week – possibly between latitudes 41° N and 41° South on 1 August, This means that it is possible that they may fall in some area of ​​​​Argentina.

Long March 5B Rocket Its mission was to carry a module that was going to dock with the Chinese space station Tiangong, which was successfully executed on 24 July, but the rocket’s central stage, which weighs 21 metric tons, orbits Earth. And slowly descends into a “runaway re-entry”.Aerospace Portal reported.

The 20-ton object would shatter upon hitting Earth’s atmosphere, although the fragments would be scattered over an undefined area for now.

Experts say that it will be possible to know exactly the location of the impact One hour after the rocket’s re-entry into terrestrial space.

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Santa Fe, Potential Impact Site

Other experts predict the rocket will fall Saturday, July 30 at 9:24 pm (Argentina time)However, they caution that the margin of error is 16 hours before or 16 hours after. fall a little earlier than expected, Santa Fe is one of the provinces in which parts of it may be affected.

“If the rocket falls at 9:24 p.m., as planned, it will hit Iraq in the north of the Arabian Peninsula. But since the margin of error is 16 hours earlier or later, it will fall between 5 p.m. on Saturday 30th.” May :20 in the morning, or on Sunday the 31st at 1:24 pm,” Argentine spacecraft specialist Diego Cordova told the site Hey.

In this regard he noted that If rocket parts fall before 9:24 p.m. on Saturday the 30th, that is, before 7 or 8 p.m., “they’re going to fall on us” with respect to the Santa Fe province.

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The expert clarified that the chances are still minimal, but real. “We have to keep in mind that the Earth is 70% water, which makes the possibility less likely, plus there are many desert places, so The chances of it falling on someone’s head are slim.”Cordova said.

Experts talk and China’s response

Many experts have been condemning that the accumulation of space debris means that the risk of it falling to Earth and affecting the populated area is increasing day by day. An avoidable risk because it is possible to cause controlled “readmissions”.

On the Chinese side, he denies the allegations leveled against him by the West, pointing out that Accusing NASA scientists of “exaggerating fear” and acting “against their conscience”due to political pressure.

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