Mexico could be in the path of Chinese rocket debris

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The Russian special agency Roscosmos predicted the possible fall sites of the wreckage of the Chinese rocket out of control in orbit

The Russian special agency Roscosmos predicted the possible fall sites of the wreckage of the out-of-control Chinese rocket in orbit.

The corporation announced that the rocket has gradually lost altitude and the point of impact of its fall is for now unknown, however, due to its behavior in the tracking carried out, the sites where it could make the epicenter of the fall are the following:

In Mexico, it could be seen in entities such as Coahuila, Durango, Sinaloa and Baja California Sur, Veracruz, Oaxaca and Chiapas.

Other countries would be Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Spain, Italy, Greece, Albania, Turkey, Australia, Africa (continent), India and Indonesia.

Although the forecast is not accurate, these are the probable sites of fall when the Long March 5B rocket, launched into orbit last April.

The artifact would be making contact with the atmosphere at 10:30 p.m. (Central Mexico time), at which time the approximate site of impact against the earth can be fully analyzed.

Although this situation has caused expectation, specialists have pointed out that humanity is not in any danger.

The United States is also closely monitoring the trajectory of this Chinese rocket, faced with a possibility that it could be diverted towards its territory.

“China, very discreet in this matter, has not published any forecast about the possible time of entry into the Earth’s atmosphere, where it should totally or partially disintegrate,” Russian specialists told international news agencies.

Source: elheraldo.com.mx

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