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To me it means things are not going that smoothly in China, and all this is a show for internal propaganda.
It’s about a month too early for that.
My understanding is that this is a habit for China. They constantly just blow shit up in space without collaborating with other space agencies and have been criticized for dangerously contributing to space junk without care.
We’re probably going to have to vaporize all that crap someday.
The CCP? Agreed…
Still, nobody knows for sure where the rocket stage will land. If I had to bet, I would say repeat of last year’s out-of-control rocket, landing off the coast of Western Africa, maybe a triangle between Cape Verde, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, and Mauritania.
My hope is an island china has stolen and built military basses on. That would be amazingly ironic.
Hitting a section of the Great Wall would be fantastic.
Nah, then the Mingolians would have to pay for it (with their daughters or organs)
Since it’s not entering the atmosphere at the correct angle and ‘skipping’, I guess it’s a bit like predicting where a roulette wheel is going to stop.
Not just where, but also when. Sounds like fun.
Except everyone loses, and nobody goes home with $50,000 in their pocket, three cheap hookers, and a bag of Colombian marching powder.
Predict when 2021-035B will impact Earth
- Before May 15
- May 16
- May 17
- May 18
- May 19
- May 20
- May 21
- May 22
- May 23
- May 24
- May 25
- May 26
- May 27
- May 28
- May 29
- May 30
- May 31
- June and beyond
Well, there’s a 70% chance it ends up in the ocean… so it might not be too bad.
Predict where 2021-035B will impact after re-entry
- the Pacific
- the Atlantic
- Indian ocean
- Somewhere in China
- Somewhere in the US
- Somewhere in Europe
- Somewhere in Asia sans China and Taiwan
- Somewhere in the Americas sans the US
- Somewhere in Africa
- Somewhere in Australia/New Zealand/Pacific islands
Both polls end May 15 or when 2021-035B crashes, whichever comes first. Make your prediction before that.