China's Space Program News Thread


longmarch

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That is a better answer than mine for a troll who is not here for reasoning.
It's easy to tell. ”glass heart" and "vulnerable Chinese face"(from 075 thread why it's not named Beijing or Shanghai) are typical Taiwan 1450 vocabulary. They bring no value to the discussion and the only purpose is for their own masturbation.
Their days are numbered, yet they have the audacity to ridicule China on so called vulnerability.
 

nlalyst

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@taxiya @longmarch
I am not the only here who finds the uncontrolled re-entry of a 20-ton LM-5B core intentional. NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine called it out as "dangerous". Spaceflight observer and astrophysicist at Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics , Jonathan McDowell pointed out that it constitutes a major regression in space program safety, as it has been several decades since an object of that size has underwent uncontrolled re-entry, all the worse because it was intentional. Solid arguments have been made in this thread to support that thesis, unlike your feeble attempts at whataboutism.

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The inconvenient truth sure hurts your little glass hearts, doesn't it? Well, I wouldn't expect better from a "Zhonghua goo-da, laowai ba-da!" rabble.
 
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nlalyst

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Designing a single stage rocket that results in a 20 ton core undergoing uncontrolled re-entry on every launch is irresponsible and deserves to be called out as such. They should've designed and installed retro rockets to separate the core and initiate a controlled re-entry and brake-up over the ocean. This Atlas 5 mission animation shows how that's normally done:
 

BrightFuture

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@taxiya @longmarch
I am not the only here who finds the uncontrolled re-entry of a 20-ton LM-5B core intentional. NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine called it out as "dangerous". Spaceflight observer and astrophysicist at Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics , Jonathan McDowell pointed out that it constitutes a major regression in space program safety, as it has been several decades since an object of that size has underwent uncontrolled re-entry, all the worse because it was intentional. Solid arguments have been made in this thread to support that thesis, unlike your feeble attempts at whataboutism.

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The inconvenient truth sure hurts your little glass hearts, doesn't it? Well, I wouldn't expect better from a "Zhonghua goo-da, laowai ba-da!" rabble.
Anglos criticising China? Suprise, suprise! Never seen before! Truly an objective voice with no ulterior motives that deserves to be heard.
 

longmarch

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@taxiya @longmarch
I am not the only here who finds the uncontrolled re-entry of a 20-ton LM-5B core intentional. NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine called it out as "dangerous". Spaceflight observer and astrophysicist at Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics , Jonathan McDowell pointed out that it constitutes a major regression in space program safety, as it has been several decades since an object of that size has underwent uncontrolled re-entry, all the worse because it was intentional. Solid arguments have been made in this thread to support that thesis, unlike your feeble attempts at whataboutism.

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The inconvenient truth sure hurts your little glass hearts, doesn't it? Well, I wouldn't expect better from a "Zhonghua goo-da, laowai ba-da!" rabble.
China doesn't care. If you care that much, you deal with it.There is a saying in Chinese. 皇帝不急太监急。
About the "glass heart" part, keep doing your masterbation, nobody gonna stop you. We'll let you do that every time a 5B is launched, how about that.
 

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