|Predicted Reentry Time||30 Jul 2022 17:08 UTC ± 1 hour|
Prediction Ground Track
Yellow Icon – location of object at midpoint of reentry window
- A Quick Guide to Understanding Orbital Debris Reentry Predictions
- Aerospace Experts Tracking Massive Uncontrolled Reentry
- Another Uncontrolled Chinese Rocket Body is Plummeting to Earth. Questions?
Probable Reentry Sightings:
- Twitter Posted Sighting of Reentry in Kuching, Malaysia
- Multiple Twitter Sightings
- Twitter Posted Sighting of Reentry in Bintulu, Malaysia
Probable Debris Recovered:
The above image shows the center of Aerospace's predicted reentry window of 17:08 UTC ±1 hour with several 5-minute intervals before the center of the window explicitly labeled. In red is Space-Track's latest reentry prediction of 16:51 UTC with an uncertainty of ± 1 minute. The location of Kuching, Malaysia, where multiple sightings of the reentry just before 17:00 UTC have been reported, is also shown.
Below is a similar image in a close-up on the island of Borneo, including the approximate location of two reported sightings in Sarawak, Malaysia, the location of the Space-Track reentry prediction, and the approximate location of reported debris in West Kalimantan, Indonesia (links above).
|Launched||24 July 2022 @ 06:22 UTC|
Wenchang Space Launch Site, China