According to Harvard University astrophysicist Jonathan McDowell said China's Long March 5B rocket which is expected to hit Earth on Saturday (8/4) is called a speed of 28,968 kilometers / hour.
The debris from the Chinese rocket carrying the module was divided into several parts before it reached Earth
The US Department of Security said it was currently tracking the uncontrolled pieces of the Chinese rocket. The US Space Command said the core of the rocket launched from the Wenchang Space Launch Center in China on April 29 was predicted to return to Earth around May 8. However, it is not yet known where the debris will land
As quoted by insider, most rockets are likely to burn in the atmosphere upon re-entry to Earth, although there are concerns that some debris might reach the Earth's surface. The debris is estimated to have a size of 30 meters. The rocket is said to be unlikely to fall in a residential area.
"The risk of debris causing damage" Is quite small, "concludes McDowell