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9 hours ago, FILIPE said:

These things are dumped in the ocean. 🤔


isn't this the rocket from china? they dont know/care where it'll land.

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On 5/6/2021 at 12:37 PM, ajnl said:


isn't this the rocket from china? they dont know/care where it'll land.

It will make no difference if they care cause they did not think it will not return. And if it makes small or big damage, what they can do just say at "I'm sorry" We will see, hopefully this is good learning point for others also not to release things on space without backup plan.

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3 hours ago, Masa_1964 said:

It will make no difference if they care cause they did not think it will not return. And if it makes small or big damage, what they can do just say at "I'm sorry" We will see, hopefully this is good learning point for others also not to release things on space without backup plan.


lol, they don't even care if rocket boosters fall on their own people/towns. They definitely don't care about it landing anywhere else in the world.

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A cable-TV news commentator in the USA was saying that the US and the USSR made sure that the first stages of their rockets landed in the oceans and not on land.  Their splash-down zones in the oceans were part of their designs.

 

This is not the same as when an old satellite falls out of orbit, as has happened to both the US and the USSR.  That was not part of their design.

 

 

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On 5/7/2021 at 11:26 PM, RedBaird said:

Their splash-down zones in the oceans were part of their designs.

 

A later report said that the Chinese booster was intended to fall into the ocean, too.  

 

The same booster version had a similar problem last year and landed in the ocean off of Africa, with some debris hitting land there.  No people were hurt.

On 5/7/2021 at 11:26 PM, RedBaird said:

Their splash-down zones in the oceans were part of their designs.

 

A later report said that the Chinese booster was intended to fall into the ocean, too.  

 

The same booster version had a similar problem last year and landed in the ocean off of Africa, with some debris hitting land there.  No people were hurt.

 

Live Real Time Tracking Falling Chinese Rocket Deorbit [Chinese Long March 5B]

 

NO!  I read the Live Streams data wrong! 😮 ( Seven hours to go, at the time of this post.)

 

 

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added Real-time YoutTube tracking video // AND read the data wrong! :O
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