The International Astronomy Center, a short while ago, posted a picture of the wreckage on its personal page on the Twitter site The Chinese missile is out of control, And that is after a few minutes of passing over Egypt for the fourth time.
And the International Astronomy Center published in a tweet, saying: “Some people thought that this image of the Star Link satellites, and this is not true, is actually of the debris of the Chinese missile from America this morning, before its fall, and it appears intermittent due to the rotation of the missile piece around itself quickly, which leads to a difference in the amount Reflection of the sun’s rays toward the Earth to appear intermittently, similar to Star Link satellites.
It is noteworthy that the Chinese missile passed by Egypt tonight at ten in the evening, for a period of about two minutes, according to Dr. Gad Al-Qadi, head of the National Institute for Astronomical and Geophysical Research, as the missile passed over the Western Desert.
He also confirmed that the altitude of the missile is still very large, “158 km” and the speed is 28 thousand kilometers per hour. This is the third time that the Chinese missile out of control passes over Egypt within only 24 hours, and the fourth since it got out of control.
The Chinese missile over Egypt twice every 3 days
According to Dr. Gad Al-Qadi, the Chinese missile flies over Egypt at a rate of about twice every three days.
“Al-Qadi” continued, in his discussion of the Chinese missile out of control, by saying that on the last two times it passed over Egypt, it was coming from the northwest, heading towards the southeast, with a passage of no more than two minutes and 20 seconds.
The Chinese missile is out of control
It is noteworthy that China launched at the end of last April the first components of its space station (CSS) with a “Long March 5B” missile, but it went out of the path specified for it after the separation of the space unit of the station, and the missile began to orbit around the Earth in an irregular path with its gradual decline.
The live broadcast of Chinas out-of-control missile can be seen through the Chinese missile tracking website Here.