A SPACE X rocket went out of control and about to crashed on the moon on February 3, 2022

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After 7 years of losing control, the rocket, Falcon 9 that roams in space, is scheduled to crash on lunar soil on February 3, 2022. The rocket is not supposed to cause damage to the infrastructure on the moon. The rocket did not have enough fuel to return to the Earth’s atmosphere, and it was captured by the Earth’s  – moon gravity, and now it is out of control. The rocket weighs about 4 tons, and is expected to collide with the moon at a speed of 2.6 km per second. In the past, we referred on the site to the amount of debris floating in space, and recently the Russians launched a missile that destroyed a satellite that was out of use and orbiting the Earth. The presence of space debris poses a risk to the space station and various space systems such as spacecraft and communications satellites.

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