The remnants of the rocket, racing uncontrollably through space, are expected to hit the invisible far side of the moon at a speed of 9,300 kilometers per hour. It could take weeks or even months for satellite images to confirm the collision.
Experts believe it was a Chinese missile launched ten years ago, but Chinese officials deny that it will be their spacecraft. The missile is 12 meters long and three meters in diameter.
SpaceX was first named the owner of junk space, with American asteroid hunter Bill Gray identifying the climate monitor launched at NASA in 2015 as the highest platform for a Falcon rocket in space based on the collision’s orbit.
The explorer later corrected the calculations and realized that Chinese waste would beat moon dust. According to the information, El-Ayoun may be the third stage of a Chinese rocket that took an assembly capsule to the moon in 2014. However, the Chinese government opposes this, arguing that the rocket’s higher range returned and burned up in the Earth’s atmosphere at that time.
The surface of the Moon is already littered with many craters, the largest of which can reach 2500 km in diameter. A celestial body, which has no atmosphere or only a temperate atmosphere, is vulnerable to celestial migrants – meteorites, asteroids (asteroids) and spacecraft deliberately pushed for research purposes – and in the absence of weather and erosion, impact craters will remain forever.
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