Remains of a SpaceX capsule crashes on Australian farm

After what two Australian farmers discovered debris from a ship on their land, the Australian Space Agency confirmed that they belonged to the vehicle built by SpaceX.

The remains of Elon Musk’s company were found in the Snowy Mountains sheep farm in Dalgety, in southern New South Wales. According to reports, the owner of the land, Mick Miners, discovered them on July 25.

Technical experts from the space agency visited the site after being alerted by Brad Tucker, an astrophysicist and cosmologist at the Australian National University’s Mount Stromlo Observatory.

Tucker first noticed, after discovering that the time and location of fall of the rubble coincided with the re-entry of a SpaceX ship into the atmosphere terrestrial at 7 a.m. on July 9, 20 months after its November 2020 launch.

So far, other three pieces of the ship in the region. The latest fell near the town of Jindabyne. Tucker assures that they are the pieces of Largest space debris found in Australia since 1979.

According to the latest Space Environment Report from the European Space Agency (ESA), more than 30 thousand pieces of garbage floating in space, which can be dangerous.

However, according to ESA models, the actual number of objects larger than 1 cm in size probably exceeds a million.

See also  Alienist season 2 finale explained (and will the show return?)
Similar Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.