Chinese rockets hit the Indian Ocean
There has been a lot of speculation about a Chinese rocket launched into space recently. International media, social media; Everywhere the practice goes with the rockets fired by China. The country said it had launched the Long March 5-B rocket after launch.
Goes out of control. According to a CNN report, China wants to build its own space station in Earth orbit. Named the ‘Tianhe Space Station’. Chinese astronauts launched a rocket on April 29 to test a module (part) of the space station into Earth orbit. After launch, the 21-ton rocket went out of the control of Chinese scientists. Then began the speculation, exactly where on earth the Chinese rocket would land.
The rocket finally entered the Earth’s atmosphere at 10:24 am Beijing time (8:24 am Bangladesh time), ending all fears. And it crashed into the Indian Ocean. The wreckage of the rocket fell into the ocean west of the Maldives, Reuters reported. According to the Chinese state media Global Times, the rocket named ‘Long March 5B’ was launched from the Chinese island of Hainan into Earth orbit. After a while, many began to look at the sky with concern for his wreckage. But the Chinese Manned Space Technology Office reports that much of the wreckage in the atmosphere was reduced to ashes. After a while, many began to look at the sky with concern for his wreckage. On April 29, the Long March 5B rocket was launched from the Chinese island of Hainan with the Tianhe module into Earth orbit.
The Tianhe module is a very important part of the permanent space station under construction in China. The living quarters of the three crew of the station were taken away by this module. China will conduct a total of 11 missions in orbit to set up space stations. The first of these was launched into the Tianhe module on a Long March 5B rocket. Many were sharply critical of China, as well as fears about the dangers of the Long March 5B debris. However, China has said that the wreckage of the rocket will not become dangerous for the world. The wreckage of the 21-ton Chinese-made Long March 5B is by far the heaviest in the world. The length and width of the pitch are 96 feet. It orbits the earth at a speed of about 26,700 kilometers per hour.
India’s rocket loses control of the moon
The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has a huge budget gap with other space research organizations in the world. But despite such a low budget, their success is enviable for everyone. Recently, they conducted the second project of their lunar mission, Chandrayaan-2. Earlier, in 2007, India made its first impression on Chad through the Chandrayaan-1 project. But the mission of Chandrayaan-2 has failed to fulfill its dream. The two parts of the spacecraft lost contact with the control room before they touched the surface of the chador. As a result, he contacted the space research organization ISRO. Chandrayaan Vikram became detached.
According to a report in Indian media NDTV, Chandrayaan-2 was launched on July 22, 2019. It was described as a failure of the country’s failed space mission after the Indian spacecraft lost contact with the control room at the last minute 2.1 km before landing on the moon. Although Indian astronomers claim that the entire mission did not fail, only 5 percent failed. Scientists say the control room has lost contact with the two parts of Chandrayaan-2, ‘Lander Vikram’ and ‘Rover Pragyaner’. The whole campaign is only 5 Percentage fails. But the rest is ‘Orbiter’.
There is communication with it. The orbiter is under pressure working successfully in orbit. Through this 95 percent of the expectations of the campaign will be met. the former head of the Birla Planetarium in Calcutta and astronaut. BP Duari told the media that Chandrayaan-2, which orbits the moon, is still orbiting the moon. Once this vehicle flies, it will be able to tell what really happened to Vikram’s fate. He added, “Now no one can say what Vikram’s condition is, or what happened. Because no wireless communication could be done with him.
Maybe the vehicle was damaged. Earlier, India sent a rocket named Chandrayaan-1 which discovered the existence of water particles at the south pole of the moon. However, Indian scientists were hoping that Chandrayaan-2 would take their discovery one step further. Scientists believe that the moon’s south pole is hidden from the sun, so the temperature is lower and water is more likely to be found there. But as communication became disconnected, that possibility almost disappeared. Earlier, Chandrayaan-2 entered the lunar orbit on August 20.
The first Russian dog to orbit the Earth. The name is Leica. Leica is very calm. Leica impressed everyone with her sweet looks as well as her intelligence. Her eye color was black. On November 3, 1956, Laika was sent into space. The dog circled the earth four times. During this time a lot of heat is generated in the spacecraft Sputnik 2 spacecraft. After 10 hours, Leica fell ill with extreme heat. Because the spacecraft was not safe enough to control the temperature at that time. Again it was said that mechanical weakness was also a factor. So in space Leica boiled in the heat and died.
The dog could not stand it after the body temperature rose above 41 degrees Celsius. Leica died within 10 hours of launch due to extreme temperatures. The idea is that one of the causes of any mechanical fault in the heat control system. Decades later, people found out the real cause of Lycra’s death. From this mission, scientists can understand that it is possible for a passenger to survive despite being weightless in a spacecraft launched into Earth orbit. Leica dies but the manned spacecraft project begins with her.
On October 17, 2016, the space agency attempted to land a probe on the surface of Mars using a relatively complex technology of a combination of parachutes and thrusters. However, their plan did not work. The 250 million spacecraft is worth 500 million
The module was doing as well as hoping that the lessons in the orbit could become dangerous without a total of 10 missions to set up Sounds. However, the wreckage of the 21-ton Chinese-made Long March AB, the largest of the rockets, has so far been the most collapsed in the world. It is 16 feet long and 18 feet high. It orbits the earth at a speed of about 26,600 kilometers
After traveling a distance of kilometers, it became detached from the parachute. The spacecraft landed on Mars at a speed of 540 kilometers per hour. The European Space Agency aims to send a six-wheeled rover to Mars in the next four to five years. And before that, they started this Shiapareli mission in Europe with the aim of gaining experience. Everything was going well. There was jubilation in the control room. Because after traveling for seven months, the vehicle crossed 500 million kilometers and entered the orbit of Mars. But the catastrophe did not happen in the end, just as scientists had hoped for. According to telemetry data, the process of slowing down Shiapar when it was descending from above to the surface of Mars did not work properly. As a result, this mission in Europe failed like then.
A probe made them fall from a 250-million-square-kilometer parachute in the next four experiments.
Phobos-Grant is the name of another failed manned space mission. The space mission was conducted from Russia to Mars. This mission was a little more ambitious. Because it was supposed to land on a moon on Mars. From where he was supposed to return to earth by collecting stone samples. Phobos-Grant was supposed to reach Mars but was able to climb only 345 kilometers above the earth’s surface. If it succeeds, it would be the first time that rock samples have been found in any part of space other than the Earth‘s moon.
On February 21, 1968, Apollo 1 was the first crew mission in the United States. people this is the first attempt to land on the moon. Initially, the AS-204 spacecraft was scheduled for the mission. Although at that time the mission failed. The Apollo Command and Services module was planned as the first low Earth orbit test. However, Apollo 1 had crashed before that. Three crew members died in a sudden fire during a practice test at Cape Kennedy Air Force Station Launch Complex 34 on January 26 before the mission.
The Beagle-2 spacecraft sent by the European Space Agency is on Mars. It was supposed to arrive on December 25, 2003. With the spacecraft for the last time. It was possible to contact on 19 December 2003. Then the communication of the earth with the Beagle-2 vehicle was cut off. It reached Mars in 2003 but was soon followed by disaster. Beagle-2 never sent a message to the world. NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance in 2015. An image of the Beagle-2 taken by the orbiter suggests that an error in one of its solar panels disrupted its activities.
Space Shuttle Challenger
The crash of the Space Shuttle Challenger is thought to be one of the most failed missions in space. The spacecraft crashed in 1986
January 26. Just 63 seconds after takeoff that day, the space shuttle Challenger broke apart due to a mechanical problem. Sadly, seven astronauts on board died. The wreckage of the spacecraft fell
Near the coast of Florida in the United States in the Atlantic Ocean. The accident occurred at 11:39 a.m., 4 p.m. Eastern Time in North America.
39 minutes (UTC).
On the morning of November 2, 2014, Virgin Galactic’s Spaceship-2 took off. Whitenight-2 rises to 45,000 feet. At 10:10 a.m., 50 minutes after takeoff, the spaceship-2 departed from the aircraft. So far everything was fine. The disaster occurred only 2 minutes later. Smoke starts coming out of spaceship-2. The spacecraft crashed into the sky during the experimental phase.
One of the two pilots in the spacecraft was killed and the other was seriously injured. It was a space travel trip. Which was the world’s first private space tourism initiative.
As many failed missions to the moon
A failed mission to reach lunar orbit (USA). Launched: August 16, 1956, This was the first US mission to the moon. But the rocket is only 6 seconds after launch
Luna 1958A Pioneer 1
A failed mission to land on the moon (Soviet Union). Launch: The spacecraft rocket exploded shortly after launch on 23 September 1958.
Mission (United States) failed to reach lunar orbit. Launch: After launch on October 11, 1958, the rocket failed to separate in its second and third stages, leaving the spacecraft unable to conduct lunar missions.
Luna 1958B Pioneer 2
A failed mission to land on the moon (Soviet Union). Launch: The rocket carrying the spacecraft exploded shortly after launch on October 12, 1956.
Mission (United States) failed to reach lunar orbit. Launch: November 8, 1956, The rocket is in the second stage of the launch
Failing that, the spacecraft could not reach lunar orbit and return to Earth.
Una Luna 1958C
Birth mission to the moon (Soviet Union). Launch On December 4, 1956, the rocket became ineffective in the first stage after launch.
Space missions (United States) failed to collect data on the moon. Launched: December 6, 1956. The rocket shuts down in the first step after launch, causing the spacecraft to crash.
Earth Orbit Tester Go, Failed Mission (USA). Launched: November 17, 1971. Two days after launch
The spacecraft burns in the Earth’s atmosphere.
Unsuccessful mission to land on the moon (United States) Launch: January 26, 1982, It was designed to take close-up images of the moon before landing on the lunar surface. But it fails.
Unsuccessful mission to land on the moon (United States) Launch: October 16, 1972, Shortly after launch, one of its solar cells was destroyed.
A failed mission to land on the moon (Soviet Union). Launch: The rocket exploded shortly after launch on 19 February 1989.
Failed missions conducted in lunar orbit (Soviet Union). Launch: February 21, 1969, shortly after launch. The rocket exploded.
Failed missions to collect moon samples (Soviet Union). Launched: April 15, 1989. The rocket exploded while on the launch pad.
A failed mission to land on the moon (Soviet Union). Launch: September 2, 1971, Reaches the lunar orbit: On September 6, 1971, after orbiting the moon 54 times, it landed on the lunar surface.
Failed missions to collect moon samples (Soviet Union). Launched: October 26, 1984. It was crippled during a landing on the moon on November 6, 1984, so it was not possible to collect any samples.
A failed mission to land on the moon (Soviet Union). Launch: After a successful launch on January 4, 1983, it failed to cross Earth’s orbit and burned down a day later as it entered Earth’s atmosphere.
A failed mission to land on the moon (Soviet Union). Launch: April 2, 1973, the first mission of Soviet Russia’s second-generation lunar mission. It is thought that problems with the temperature control system caused it to lose contact with the moon at a distance of 6400 km.