Ground tracks showing possible impact areasA Chinese rocket measuring around 100 feet long that launched earlier this month will likely plunge back into Earth’s atmosphere some time Monday, becoming the most massive object in decades to fall out of orbit in an uncontrolled manner.
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Do you know what region of Mars will the Chinese be exploring Flyaway?China to launch Mars probe between July, August
Good to see China getting into the private space launch firms like SpaceX and Blue Origin, I wonder how long before they have working rockets and engines.This is significant I think.
Chinese private launch firms advance with methane engines, launch preparations and new funding - SpaceNewsA number of Chinese private launch firms for the burgeoning commercial space sector have reported progress in efforts to develop a range of launch vehicles.spacenews.com
Please articulate further Thank you!Is that serious ? How mature is the space industry in China outside state regulated companies? Space tech need engineers, skilled technicians aside of entrepreneurs and investors. Are Chinese military ready to let go a precious work force divested in a litany of trial and errors?
This would sound like a strategic error.
To answer your question apparently it is roughly the area considered at one time for Viking, and called Amenthes at the time. It's northwest of Curiosity and InSight.Do you know what region of Mars will the Chinese be exploring Flyaway?China to launch Mars probe between July, August
Perpendicular then upwind, that's what we do for H2S
By the looks of things they are both toxic chemicals. Not good news for the local population.