Chinese Rocket Crashes In Indian Ocean :
NASA scientists say this is not the first time a Chinese rocket has crashed, so they need to be more aware of this.
Several countries have spoken out against China over the rocket crash. This time the US space agency NASA has raised its voice accusing China of irresponsibility. NASA alleges that China should have been more responsible for the rocket crash. A Chinese artificial satellite has recently crashed in the Indian Ocean near the Maldives. In the wake of this incident, NASA has claimed that China has done a very irresponsible thing. If the equipment of this artificial satellite had fallen to the ground, but the possibility of damage was great.
The wreckage of China’s largest rocket, the 110-foot long March 5BY2, sank in the Indian Ocean on Sunday. According to Chinese media sources, China launched a similar rocket in May last year, but it also crashed in this way. But the rocket crashed over several houses in Ivory Coast, not on any sea of service. The incident of Chinese rocket breaking came to the fore again. Chinese space agency in question over the phone.
“It’s clear that China has shown irresponsibility with unused technology equipment in space,” said Bill Nelson, a former NASA administrator in Sylhet. The NASA administrator further claimed, “China claims that the unused equipment has been deposited in the Indian Ocean near the Maldives. However, no statement has been made yet as to where the equipment is stored.” “China should have acted much more responsibly when equipment crashed into space from space. Whenever equipment crashed into space from space.”
He also called on China to provide more transparency in its work. Also, when the world is in such a bad state due to the Karna epidemic, if such an unpleasant event had taken place, perhaps one or two countries in the world would have been in a worse situation. But Chinese media reports say there is no cause for concern.