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    BEIJING -- China landed a spacecraft on Mars for the first time on Saturday, a technically challenging feat more difficult than a moon landing, in the latest step forward for its ambitious goals in space.Plans call for a rover to stay in the lander for a few days of diagnostic tests before rolling down a ramp to explore an area...
    CHINA'S Mars rover has landed on the Red Planet after a treacherous descent through the Martian atmosphere using a parachute in "seven minutes of terror". Zhurong, named after a Chinese mythical fire god, arrives a few months behind America's latest probe to Mars - Perseverance - sparking a new space race with the US. 8The lander carrying China's first Mars rover...
    China has landed its first spacecraft on Mars, according to the state-run Xinhua News Agency. China’s National Space Administration launched the Tianwen-1 mission in July 2020 with the goal of landing a rover on the red planet. The vessel reached Mars orbit in February and remained there for two months in order to collect data on potential landing sites, according...
    BEIJING (AP) — China has landed a spacecraft on Mars for the first time in the latest advance for its space program. The official Xinhua News Agency said Saturday that the lander had touched down, citing the China National Space Administration. Plans call for a rover to stay in the lander for a few days of diagnostic tests before rolling...
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    CHINA'S Mars rover is expected to land on the Red Planet tonight as the country competes with the US and the UAE's 2021 missions. The rover will have to go through ‘seven minutes of terror’ at around 7:11pm ET, which is just after midnight in the UK. 4This illustration shows what the rover should look like on MarsCredit: China National...
    A SPACE war between world powers is "imminent" due to the "absence" of space arms control and "technology advances", an expert physicist warned. China, Russia, and the US would be the "main confronting powers" and some may have already begun their attacks - by blocking transmissions from satellites and jamming signals. 5Superpowers might have already started blocking transmissions from satellites...
    Sen. Maria Cantwell (D-WA), the powerful chairwoman of the Senate Commerce Committee, plans to attempt to use a bipartisan piece of legislation meant to counter the Chinese Communist Party’s technological advances to instead steer what could end up being a huge boon of a federal contract worth billions of dollars to a company operating in her home state owned by...
    Chinese state media on Sunday accused the United States of “fussiness,” “hypocrisy,” and “smears” because U.S. officials worried about the potential damage from the rocket China left tumbling out of control in Earth’s orbit last week.  Debris from the rocket appears to have landed near the Maldives without causing any damage, an outcome Chinese propagandists absurdly claimed had been “accurately...
    China claimed to be a victim of a double standard on Monday pertaining to press coverage of rocket debris that plummeted into the Indian Ocean after causing a worldwide stir. Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying defended the regime's handling of the Long March 5B, the core of which plunged into the water near the Maldive Islands at about 2:24...
    Getty People watch a Long March 5B rocket, carrying China's Tianhe space station core module, as it lifts off from the Wenchang Space Launch Center in southern China's Hainan province on April 29, 2021. The world watched and waited as debris from China’s largest rocket returned to Earth, falling into the Indian Ocean near the Maldives. People in...
    THE out of control Chinese rocket crashed back down to Earth following fevered speculation over where the 18-tonne object would come down. Experts had warned it could reach "as far north as Chicago, New York City, Rome and Beijing and as south as New Zealand and Chile" - but where did it end up? ????Follow our Chinese rocket live blog...
    Hong Kong (CNN)For a week, China's Long March 5B grabbed global attention, as space agencies and experts closely tracked its trajectory, speculating where debris would fall upon the rocket's uncontrolled reentry.In China, however, the country's space administration stayed silent for days amid criticism that allowing such a large rocket stage to free fall towards Earth was irresponsible and posed a...
    National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Administrator Bill Nelson released a statement Saturday encouraging China to act “responsibly and transparently” in space to ensure the “long-term sustainability of outer space activities.” “Spacefaring nations must minimize the risks to people and property on Earth of re-entries of space objects and maximize transparency regarding those operations,” Nelson said in a statement. “It...
    A mystery object seen in the sky in India has left locals baffled, wondering if it was a fireball or part of the Chinese space rocket that crashed in the Indian Ocean last night. Eyewitnesses described a sparkling object which pulsed in the sky for several seconds before vanishing.      Some speculated the object might have been a spaceship, or even...
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    "It is not our purpose to try to contain China or to hold China down," Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said before meeting G7 foreign ministers last week.  Where is John Foster Dulles when you need him? Eisenhower’s stern secretary of state from 1953-1959 was a master of tough lawyer language. Dulles coined the nuclear strategy term "massive retaliation" in 1954...
    This is not the first time China has lost control of a spacecraft since it returned to Earth. Pentagon chief Lloyd Austin has vowed not to destroy the Chinese rocket this Thursday, which is expected to re-enter the atmosphere unchecked this weekend, while criticizing Beijing for losing control. “According to the latest estimates I have seen, this is scheduled for...
    NASA has slammed China's space program for "failing to meet responsible standards" after an out-of-control rocket plunged back to Earth. It was feared debris could hit cities including New York City, Rome, or even Madrid before it crashed into the Indian Ocean in the early hours of Sunday morning. 4China's Long March 5B rocket plunged back to Earth with debris...
    A huge piece of space junk made an uncontrolled re-entry back into Earth's atmosphere Saturday night. The remnants of a Chinese rocket re-entered the atmosphere and crashed into the Indian Ocean north of Maldives, according to the 18th Space Control Squadron. According to the U.S. Space Force, the remnants re-entered the atmosphere at 10:15 p.m. ET over the Arabian Peninsula....
    NASA rebuked China for failing to meet responsible spacefaring standards after remnants of the nation's rogue Long March 5B rocket landed in the Indian Ocean near the Maldives early Sunday. Sightings of the Chinese rocket debris reentering Earth's atmosphere and scorching across the pre-dawn skies were reported in Jordan, Oman and Saudi Arabia. CHINA'S ROGUE LONG MARCH 5B ROCKET DEBRIS LANDS IN...
    NASA leadership rebuked Beijing after authorities reported debris from the Chinese Long March 5B rocket landed in the Indian Ocean over the weekend. "Spacefaring nations must minimize the risks to people and property on Earth of re-entries of space objects and maximize transparency regarding those operations. It is clear that China is failing to meet responsible standards regarding their space...
    Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images NASA leadership is accusing China of “failing to meet responsible standards regarding their space debris” following the return to Earth by their Long March 5B Y2 rocket. On Saturday night, the China Manned Space Engineering Office (CMSEO) reported that most of the rocket burned up during atmospheric re-entry, and the remaining debris is believed to...
    UNVERIFIED video allegedly shows the Chinese rocket plunging back to Earth before crashing into the Indian Ocean near the Maldives. The 18-second clip being widely shared on social media appears to show a trail of smoke going across the sky allegedly from the Long March 5B. ????Follow our Chinese rocket live blog for all the latest updates... 2Footage shows a...
    THE out of control Chinese rocket crashed back down to Earth after a worrying few days ahead of its unruly re-entry through the atmosphere. Experts warned it could reach "as far north as Chicago, New York City, Rome and Beijing and as south as New Zealand and Chile" - but where did it end up? ????Follow our Chinese rocket live...
    U.S. The Army’s 18th Space Control Force predicts that the main stage of the Chinese rocket, Long March 5B, will land in the Indian Ocean, preparing to launch out of control into Earth’s atmosphere. The space orbit controlled by them released information of the fall area through the Twitter handle. According to a report released at 7.58pm last night, the...
    China's Long March 5B Y2 rocket carrying the core module of China's space station, Tianhe, blasts off from the Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site on April 29, 2021 in Wenchang, Hainan Province of China.VCG | Visual China Group | Getty Images Debris from a large Chinese rocket landed in the Indian Ocean on Sunday, according to the China Manned Space Engineering...
    "Weekend Update" co-host Colin Jost threw out an answer to a question that many people are asking: Why is Elon Musk hosting "Saturday Night Live." Jost acknowledged that there were questions over Musk hosting Saturday night's show. He then explained it's "because he needed an alibi" for China’s failed Long March 5B rocket. The rogue rocket reportedly landed in the Indian Ocean on...
    A huge piece of space junk made an uncontrolled re-entry back into Earth's atmosphere on Saturday night at 10:24 ET, according to China's space agency. The remnants of a rocket re-entered the atmosphere over Maldives and likely crashed into the Indian Ocean, according to data from China. Space-Track also confirmed the rocket was down and said it believes it crashed...
    The remnants of China’s rogue Long March 5B rocket reportedly landed in the Indian Ocean on Sunday -- late Saturday night Eastern U.S. time -- after its uncontrolled descent was tracked around the world over the past week. Reuters reported the landing, citing information from the Chinese government. In addition, U.S. Space Command retweeted a post by Space-Track.org, indicating the...
    Debris from the Chinese Long March 5B rocket landed in the Indian Ocean early Sunday morning local time, authorities say. The rocket fragments landed at coordinates of 72.47°E, 2.65°N, right over the Maldives, at 2:24 a.m. local time, according to the China National Space Administration. The debris descended at a speed of 18,000 miles per hour, leaving no known injuries....
    New York (CNN Business)An out-of-control Chinese rocket plunged out of orbit Saturday night ET and reentered Earth's atmosphere, according to China's space agency. The Long March 5B carrier rocket had an estimated landing area of 72.47°E longitude and 2.65°N latitude, just west of the Maldives in the Indian Ocean, China's National Space Agency said in a post on WeChat. Most...
    China's Long March rocket stage has reentered Earth's atmosphere over the Maldives in the Indian Ocean, China's national space agency confirmed. The reentry occurred at 0224 UTC on Sunday, or 10.24pm U.S. Eastern Time on Saturday, according to the China National Space Administration. U.S. Space Force has not yet confirmed the 18-ton rocket stage's reentry.  The Long March 5B - comprising one...
    (Adds updated estimates, details) SHANGHAI, May 8 (Reuters) – Remnants of China’s largestrocket launched last week are expected to plunge back throughthe atmosphere in the coming hours, European and U.S. trackingcenters said on Saturday. While there were still varying estimates of where the rocketwould land, it appeared increasingly likely it would not hit theUnited States. China’s foreign ministry said on...
    Published: 8 May 2021 22:07 GMT As summer solstice approaches, on June 20, the nights decrease, and a satellite in the lower space stations, like both space stations, glows with the sun throughout the night. In the night sky this weekend, astronomy fans will be able to see the International Space Station (ISS) and the central...
    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – U.S. Space Command at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs is keeping an eye on falling debris from a rocket.  The Chinese Long March 5B is expected to re-enter the earth’s atmosphere on May 8. Military officials call it an “uncontrolled re-entry.” The Chinese Foreign Ministry says most of it will burn up as it...
    THE out--control Chinese rocket is just HOURS from hitting Earth as scientists desperately track path of the 21-ton space junk. It is feared that it could hit cities including New York City, Rome or even Madrid as it's set to crash back to Earth today, warn experts. ????Follow our Chinese rocket live blog for all the latest updates... 4Where will...
    The core stage of China's Long March 5B rocket is projected to make an uncontrolled re-entry into the Earth's atmosphere within hours. The approximately 100-foot-long rocket booster, which was launched to carry a module for the country's first permanent space station in April, is traveling around the plant at about 18,000 mph and will eventually plummet.  CHINA ROCKET DEBRIS FALLING TOWARD EARTH THIS WEEKEND;...
    The core of China's Long March 5B rocket is predicted to re-enter the Earth's atmosphere in a matter of hours, but scientists and government agencies still cannot pinpoint the debris's point of impact.  The core or first-stage rockets normally don't go into orbit and make a controlled re-entry shortly after launching. However, Long March 5B -- launched to carry a module...
    THE out-of-control Chinese rocket could hit cities including New York City, Rome or even Madrid as it's set to crash back to Earth TODAY, warn experts. Scientists trying to track the final movements of the 21-ton space junk - as big as three fire engines - say it could plummet to Chicago or Beijing. ????Follow our Chinese rocket live blog...
    Maybe wear a helmet this weekend — because any minute now debris from a large Chinese rocket crashing down to Earth may rain down. Defense Department officials were still vague Saturday as to exactly when the Long March 5B rocket, which is around 100 feet tall and weighs 22 tons, will hurtle back through Earth’s atmosphere. But they believe now...
    A massive 18-ton chunk of a Chinese rocket is set to crash back to earth tonight amid fears it could land on populated areas. The Long March space rocked is expected to make an uncontrolled re-entry into the Earth's atmosphere over the weekend, but Beijing has downplayed fears and said there is a very low risk of any damage.  A Long March-5B...
    WENCHANG, CHINA - APRIL 29 2021: A Long March-5B Y2 rocket, carrying the Tianhe module for the Chinese space station, blasts off from the Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site in Wenchang in south China's Hainan province Thursday, April 29, 2021.Barcroft Media | Barcroft Media | Getty Images The debris from a Chinese rocket is expected to crash land back on Earth...
    Expectations for Chinese Rocket to Enter Earth 0:41 (CNN) – Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenpin said at a conference on Friday that there was a possibility of damage. The return of your rocket It is “very low.” “As far as I know, this type of rocket adopts a special technical design, most of the components are destroyed in...
    Experts say the uncontrolled reentry of China’s Long March 5B rocket has only a small chance of hurting anyone on the ground – but Beijing’s blast-off subsidies may already be hurting the budding U.S. launch industry. The craft launched just over a week ago carrying components for China’s upcoming Tianhe space station. Its first stage rocket, for undisclosed reasons, traveled...
    An Italian astrophysicist has captured the almost 100-foot Chinese rocket core that is expected to make an uncontrolled reentry into Earth's atmosphere over the weekend.  Gianluca Masi, who runs the online Virtual Telescope Project, took a 0.5-second exposure photo of the fast-moving Long March 5B rocket from Italy using the "Elena" 17-inch Paramount robotic telescope. WHAT HAPPENS WHEN SPACE DEBRIS CRASHES ON EARTH? "At the...