Ukraine having stronger weapons could force Russia to the negotiating table quicker, said retired Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman on Monday.
Three pieces of space junk have now been discovered after they crashed to Earth, causing a sonic boom.
U.S. Space Command confirmed the Long March 5B rocket re-entered the Earth's atmosphere over the Indian Ocean.
The charred pieces of debris are believed to be from the SpaceX mission that launched in 2020.
The remaining pieces of debris of the Long March 5B rocket are due to land somewhere unknown.
Due to its large size, the first stage of China's Long March 5B rocket won't burn up in the atmosphere.
Ukraine's defense ministry on Friday announced the arrival of more heavy weaponry from the West.
A Chinese drag sail launched into space has succeeded in accelerating the deorbit of a rocket, the Shanghai Academy of Spaceflight Technology announced.
Kolomiets chuckled while shaving his beard and pointed to the missile that crashed through his house, landing right next to him.
The spiral could be seen drifting northwards over South Island at 7:30 p.m. local time on Sunday.
The streaks of light seen in the sky over Western Australia were probably caused by a rocket breaking apart in Earth's atmosphere.
The huge rocket is set to go on its first flight in a few months to eventually return astronauts to the moon for the first time in decades.
The enormous transport vehicle, tasked with moving NASA's mega moon rocket to its launch pad, is capable of shifting 18 million pounds and has a top speed of one mile per hour when loaded.
The NASA ELaNa 41 mission will be California space startup Astra's first ever launch from the Lower 48 states.
The Falcon 9 rocket stage, weighing four metric tons, will very likely strike the moon's far side near its equator on March 4, 2022, at 5,700 miles per hour.
The Falcon 9 rocket stage, which has spent almost seven years in space, is expected to hit the moon at around 5,700 mph in March.
On the Artemis I unmanned mission, a plush version of Snoopy will board a new rocket to circle the moon and return to Earth in a test launch.
The flight represents a major step towards commercial space tourism.
"Our mission is exciting because we deliver exquisite intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance capabilities on-orbit for our national and allied warfighters as well as our national decision-makers," said Chad Davis, director of NRO's Office of Space Launch.
The United Launch Alliance will launch SBIRS GEO Flight 5 from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, Florida, having scrubbed the mission on Monday.
As the confrontation between Israel and Palestinian groups persists, hundreds of rockets collide with the Iron Dome, lighting up the night sky. The air strikes have killed and injured dozens as the U.S. calls for calm.
American space officials and others accused Beijing of acting recklessly for allowing the debris from the rocket to fall back to earth in a seemingly uncontrolled manner over the weekend.
A Chinese Communist Party-aligned newspaper also dismissed fears about the rocket's landing as "fussiness."
NASA Administrator Bill Nelson said: "It is clear that China is failing to meet responsible standards regarding their space debris."
The Long March 5B is expected to re-enter the Earth's atmosphere at some point on Saturday but the point where it will crash down remains unknown.
China said that a "vast majority" of its rocket expected to plummet back to Earth over the weekend will burn on its re-entry and poses a low threat.
The rocket launched on April 29 as part of a Chinese space station mission, and has since been in a slowly decaying orbit.
It is still unknown exactly where or when the Long March 5B rocket will re-enter our planet's atmosphere.
The same model of rocket, a Long March 5B, is expected to re-enter Earth's atmosphere this year. But it is not clear where.
The path of the Long March 5B is being estimated using a tracker website, though it is still unclear where the giant rocket will fall.