Oh father! New data points to rocket parts that will 'Crash into the Moon' belongs to 'China', not SpaceX

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Astronomers recently revealed that The parts of the rocket expected to hit theสล็อต วอเลทCredits-Credits are coins that are converted into coins when they are on a machine, such as a nickel slot machine. When a dollar is inserted into a machine, the player has 20 coins on that machine. moon around March are not from old SpaceX rockets as they were initially understood. But it's probably the part of a rocket that China used to send a probe to the moon in 2014.

Scientists, however, believe the crash wouldn't have any serious consequences.

Astronomers began to notice this piece last month. last Jan and calculated that it will collide with the moon on March 4.

Previously, Bill Gray was a data analyst. It's believed to be a booster to the Falcon 9 rocket SpaceX used to launch a forecast satellite into space in 2015, but Gray has now admitted that he miscalculated. And the parts are likely from the Chang'e 5-T1 experimental robotic spacecraft sent to the moon in October 2014.

Professor Jonathan McDowell, of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, told the BBC that he "agrees" with the analysis. Gray's latest and 80 percent confident that the debris that's about to hit the moon on March 4 came from a rocket China launched into space in 2014 and is considered space junk. The first known to hit the moon uncontrollably.

McDowell stressed that identifying the source of each piece of space junk It is “full of uncertainty” and can sometimes go wrong.

The United States Space Force (US Space Force) has a team of officers who monitor various objects. to come close to the world The distant space junk will be left to drift away. without being tracked

The European Space Agency (ESA) pointed out that “constantly changing analyzes This reflects the need to improve the performance of space object tracking. Including more information sharing between spacecraft operators. space rocket carrier as well as the community of astronomers and the space surveillance network.”
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