The White House press secretary declined to establish Biden’s commitment to force China to pay if one of plummeting rockets causes damage as it reenters earth this Saturday.
China launched a core module rocket with a satellite in it from their Tiangong Space Station last week. Their March 5brocket is 100 feet tall and weighs over 46,000 pounds.
The White house has been relatively mum regarding Biden Approach if the Chinese Rocket causes any damage or how he plans to force China to pay for any damages. “We’d, of course, refer to the advice and guidance from the U.S. Space Command and Department of Defense and others,” Psaki told reporters Wednesday. “We are certainly tracking its location through U.S. Space Command, and hopefully, that is not the outcome that we are working through. The U.S. will work with international partners to promote “responsible space behaviors” as debris becomes more of a concern; Psaki finished off by saying, “It is in the shared interest of all nations to act responsibly in space to ensure the safety, stability, security, and long-term sustainability of outer space activities. So cooperation is a hallmark of our approach,”
The Rocket will most likely disintegrate upon reentry, but China may be liable if the Rocket causes any damage in populated areas. Last May, another rocket fell in the Ivory Coast, causing damage to houses suspected to be a Chinese March 5b rocket.
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