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India Refuses to Comment On NASA’s Assessment That Debris Out of ASAT Test Could Jeopardize The ISS

The government on Wednesday declined to comment on the US space agency NASA evaluation that India’s anti-satellite weapon test a week ago contributed To the creation of 400 pieces of space debris which may pose a threat to the International Space Station. When contacted, the spokesman for the Ministry of Defense declined to comment. On March 27, India achieved a historic accomplishment by firing down its low orbit satellite with a ground-to distance missile, which makes the nation a distance power.

Only 3 other countries, the United States, Russia and China, have ASAT capabilities. The NASA on Tuesday termed as a horrible thing India’s shooting down of one of its satellites which have created about 400 pieces of orbital scraps, endangering ISS. NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstein talked about 60 bits have been tracked so far and from that 24 are going over the apogee of the ISS. That’s a horrible, terrible situation to create an event that sends debris and a climax which goes over the international space station. That sort of action isn’t compatible with the future of human spaceflight that we must see have happened, he’d stated. On March 27, India achieved a historic accomplishment by firing down its low orbit satellite. NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstein talked about 60 bits have been tracked so far and from that 24 are going over the apogee of the ISS.

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