During the past few days, the hashtag “Chinese missile” has swept the trend lists in various countries of the world and in all languages, after China lost control of a space missile it had launched last Thursday.
The eighth bulletin “Nasharkom” (5/5/2021) followed the global interactions with the Chinese missile carrying the “Tianhe” vehicle, which is the basic unit of the new Chinese space station “CSS” (CSS), and the hashtag witnessed questions about where the missile will be located. And fears of the risk of the missile falling on a populated area.
The route of the possible missile remnants passes through a line that stretches from New York to Madrid, Beijing and New Zealand, and also includes several Arab countries.
Social networking sites were filled with millions of interactions around the world in anticipation of the fate of the Chinese missile, including the tweet of the Saudi journalist Ramadan Al-Maliki, who said, “And then with China! To the possibility of his downfall. “
As for the activist Abdul Rahman Suhaib, he published the latest available information about the missile, and wrote, “The latest development of the reckless Chinese missile that is expected to land on the ground and which weighs 21 tons, its speed is currently about 28 thousand kilometers per hour and bils the earth in an hour and a half, but it is currently 294 km away. Kilometers above the surface of the earth, the probability of falling on inhabited land is less than 5%.
The singer Abdul Rahman addressed China, sarcastically, “What is better for the planet?”