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Know why the NASA expresses 'concern' on India's Mission Shakti ?

Tuesday - April 2, 2019 3:14 pm , Category : WTN SPECIAL
NASA confirms India's ‘Mission Shakti'
NASA confirms India's ‘Mission Shakti'

'Surprised' by India’s Mission Shakti, America says it as 'dangerous'

APR 02 (WTN) – The opposition in India, from time to time, seeks evidence of the works done by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, whether it is a surgical strike or an air strike. More recently, Prime Minister Modi had announced that India's Mission Shakti has been successful, in which India has acquired the ability to shoot down the satellite in space. However, the opposition did not demand any evidence from the Modi government about this. At the same time the opposition attacked the Modi Government alleging the violating of the code of conduct.

India has achieved the success in the the Mission Shakti, which now has been confirmed by the NASA itself. The American Space Agency, NASA, has described India’s Mission Shakti, the trial of shooting down the satellite, as ‘frightening’. NASA has said that due to the ASAT test of India, the debris of 400 pieces has spread in the space and the astronauts in the International Space Station (ISS) may have to face new hazards. Well, for your information, let you know that America itself has done this type of test, but then USA has not been aware of these frightening’ which USA is today preaching to India.

NASA chief Jim Bridenstine has expressed concern over India's test in his speech to NASA employees. For your information, let you know that in the last week, India, after shooting down a satellite in Low Orbit, has joined the club of the superpowers of the space. Before India, Russia, America and China had the same capability.

According to NASA, all the pieces of satellites shot down by the missile were not so big that they could be tracked. But according to NASA, the size of the pieces they are tracking is enough for tracking. According to NASA, 60 pieces of 10 centimeters or more size have been tracked.

As you know, India had shot down its satellite at an altitude of 300 km, while the International Space Station (ISS) and other essential satellites are present in this orbit at higher altitude. Here NASA says that there are 24 pieces which are going up from the International Space Station's apogee (the most distant point).

According to NASA, this is a very dangerous situation in which residues are going up from the apogee, and such activities are not exactly safe for humans in the future. For your information, let you know that the US military tracks everything in space and predicts the danger of collision with ISS and other satellites. At present, approximately 23,000 pieces of more than 10 centimeters in space have been tracked.

Approximately 10,000 pieces of these 23,000 pieces are space trash. For your information, let you know that about 3,000 pieces of space had spread in the space in 2007 through the ASAT test done by China. According to NASA, the risk of collision with the ISS after Indian testing has increased by 44 per cent in the last 10 days. However, according to NASA, it will reduce the risk as soon as it burns with entering the atmosphere.