Corporations, both private and public, are constantly racing to explore space. However, be careful, as tasks can surprise you with negativity. This was the case for the aforementioned Chinese missile, which a NASA official has already expressed his opinion.
The aforementioned missile was in an uncontrolled crash, as its wreckage landed near the Maldives.
Countries exploring space must ensure the integrity of the Earth
After China announced the wreck of its Long March 5B missile She was falling uncheckedThe world was awake, they could fall anywhere. Even though they fell in the Maldives, in the Indian Ocean, and didn't really harm anyone, what happened should be avoided at all costs, because space exploration is not supposed to put people in danger.
In this regard, the NASA administrator expressed his concerns about events of this kind. at Advertising"Countries exploring space should reduce the risks to people and property on Earth from re-entry of space objects, and maximize transparency regarding these processes," said Bill Nelson.
In addition, he stated that it is imperative that all nations and commercial space exploration entities "act in a responsible and transparent manner to ensure the long-term safety, stability, protection and sustainability of space activities."
NASA wants companies to learn the lesson
Despite being an imminent danger, an uncontrolled Long March 5B collapse has been predicted on Earth. According to the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, most of the missile payload will be burned in the atmosphere. However, what was left of it fell to the ground and overwhelmed the world with uncertainty.
China clearly does not meet the standards for space debris liability.
Although most of the unsupervised re-entries occurred at the hands of NASA, the company appears to have learned its lesson and wants the rest of the companies to do the same.
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