China raises concerns again over out-of-control missile debris - BBC News Arabic

China raises concerns again over out-of-control missile debris – BBC News Arabic

  • Ella Hambley
  • Climate and Science Editor

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The missile takes off from a base in southern China on July 24, 2022

The debris of a Chinese rocket is expected to fall to Earth tomorrow, Saturday, or the day after it, while returning from space after it got out of control.

The possibility of Chinese missile debris falling in a populated area is a very remote question. However, it raises questions about the responsibility of various countries for the wreckage of their spacecraft.

And the US space agency, NASA, has previously sent invitations to its Chinese counterpart to design its rockets so that their bodies disintegrate into tiny parts upon return, as is followed internationally.

China recently launched a number of missiles towards its unfinished space station, known as “Tiangong”, but it seems that Beijing sometimes loses control and control of these missiles upon return from space.

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