Subject: Sending of this documentation: Environmental problems in the World & Chinese Space Station Tiangong-1,
Águas de Lindóia, March 10, 2018
Please, I would not like to bother you too much, or put matters through your authority, which is not of great importance for your country, in order to count on your country’s participation as well, the message still recognizes the advances achieved in the last two decades in relation to the conservation of fauna and flora, but warns of “the current precarious state of biodiversity, which calls for urgent and immediate action more than ever”, reinforcing the need for the subject to be integrated into all debates in the world .
“So far, we are pleased with how countries have incorporated the issue of biodiversity into the results of sending our missives to world leaders, but we are aware that the biggest challenge is implementation in practice, it is still very subjunctive.” And below we put a situation of danger, perhaps, already known by your Ex. , but we need prevention and all Airlines, Boats, Citizens should know everything.
The Tiangong-1 space station, is falling; we should stay alert!
A “Celestial Palace,” the Tiangong-1 space station, the first built and launched into space by China in 2011, will fall under the Earth in the coming weeks. The exact location and timing of the crash can not be predicted but, according to estimates of the omens, the spacecraft will re-enter the atmosphere possibly in the first week of April, with a margin of error from one week to more or less. For the European Space Agency, the fall of Tiangong-1 will take place between 25 March and 19 April 2018. With a danger level for cities, aircraft – something that should be published by the Chinese government.
Launched in 2011, Tiangong-1 should have been safely felled in 2013, but continued in operation until March 2016, when the Chinese space agency lost control of the spacecraft. Since then, it orbits the uncontrolled planet, approaching more and more, attracted by gravitational forces.
At almost 11 meters in length and almost four meters in diameter, the space station weighs about 9.0 tons. It has made history by showing the world the potential of China in the aerospace industry. Outside the program of the International Space Station, the country decided to launch solo project. With living space of 15 cubic meters, the Tiangong-1 received days manned missions, including the first two Chinese astronauts, Liu Yang and Wang Yaping. The station was replaced by the Tiangong-2, with higher capacity, launched in September 2016.
According to the omens, there are chances that “small amounts of debris from Tiangong-1 will survive re-entry and fall to the ground, possibly reaching aircraft, or inhabited areas. If this happens, the pieces should fall scattered over an area of a few kilometers in diameter centered in the course of the aircraft. The most likely areas are: northern China, the Middle East, central Italy, northern Spain, the northern US, New Zealand, Tasmania, South America :: Brazil, Argentina , Uruguay, Chile, Paraguay and Bolivia and South Africa.
“When considered the worst case, the probability of a specific person (ie you) being hit by wreckage of Tiangong-1 is about a million times lower than the chances of winning alone from the lottery,” However, to hit an aircraft, the chances can be much greater. Although, in the history of spaceflight, no person has yet been injured by reentry debris. Only one person was hit by a play and fortunately was not injured. ” But, it does not mean that it is not worse in flights, boats, inhabited area, as we know we have many cases of disappearances of vessels, aircraft, without any explanation.
Jucelino Luz explains that falls from space debris are relatively common. In January, fragments of a rocket similar in size to that of Tiangong-1 crashed in Peru.
“Every two days, something like this happens, but Tiangong-1 is big and heavy, so we need to watch more closely and send warnings to aircraft and vessels in high-risk areas, that is, the world needs to know and its authorities as well.
In recent months, the fall of Tiangong-1 has accelerated. It now approaches our atmosphere at about 6 kilometers per week, versus 1.4 kilometers in October 2017. So it is difficult to know exactly where and when the spacecraft will fall, since its speed is variable. (but we know that the period will be between 25 March 2018 and 19 April 2018.
Jucelino Luz states that some pieces will survive re-entry. But we will only know where they will fall after the fact. This is the biggest problem and we must be careful if we fall in inhabited area, boats or in an aircraft; however remote they are, we know it will cause a major accident.
In the world of world authorities, almost always, do not invest in prevention, we hope they can take action to prevent the worst.
Also, “aboard the spacecraft there may be a highly toxic and corrosive substance, hydrazine, supposedly capable of surviving re-entry.” Therefore, it is recommended not to touch the debris and not to breathe the vapors that can come off .. This is a situation, almost impossible, therefore, you can fall in the wild places and more in the future someone can inadvertently touch them.
Finally, this major problem of Tiangong-1 Station, as well as climate change will haunt all countries overnight. This is the conclusion of the lack of attention on the part of the world authorities, and as the increase in the average temperature of the Earth envisaged can make your rest even worse, , this is one of my concerns, which is rather “objective and correct” for your (our) country and for all who live together in this spaceship – “There is no other place yet to live” we have to abandon our pride, ego , power and begin to be humble in recognizing that we are doing nothing to improve our life on this wonderful planet. It is the only purpose of the transmission of the letters and nothing more.
This is the only objective information that I would like you to convey to the competent authorities of your country if you so wish. Thank you in advance,
God bless you
Professor Jucelino Nobrega da Luz
PO Box 54 -Aguas de Lindóia -S.P CEP: 13940-000