Is China again plotting a major catastrophe like corona once again

May 04 2021 11:45 AM
Is China again plotting a major catastrophe like corona once again

Beijing: China caused covid to be faced around the world. Many countries have turned into heaps of corpses. Even after that, China has not yet believed how it has spread the virus to the world. Now a rocket launched by China can create havoc. China launched the Long March rocket into space on April 29. Now experts have to say that China's control has been withdrawn. The rocket has broken out of control and large pieces of it started falling down from the sky. These pieces can wreak havoc on many countries on earth.

Experts keep an eye: Where It has been said that Jonathan McDowell, who monitors space activities, told Space News that China's rocket has broken. The debris of which is spread in space and started falling rapidly towards the earth. Jonathan saw the condition of the debris and said it could wreak havoc on earth in many countries. New York, Madrid, Beijing, Chile, and New Zealand are part of the countries to which the debris will be targeted.

Anywhere, explosion experts say, China's 100-foot-long rocket is falling at a speed of four miles per second. Pieces of which can fall anywhere. They may fall to a heavily populated place. Or it may be that they fall into an empty space. Experts are constantly monitoring it. China launched Long March 5B on April 29. Through this, China wanted to build a new space station in space.

What was China's plan?: Where It is learned that China had planned that the rocket would create a Chinese space station called Tiangong in space, which is about to be completed by 2022. After which this space station will travel around the earth and report the earth from space. But now it is reported that the rockets have lost control and the debris could fall on many countries and wreak havoc. According to experts, China is also aware of it but has not issued any warning so far.

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