Ukraine having stronger weapons could force Russia to the negotiating table quicker, said retired Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman on Monday.
U.S.-supplied HIMARS have become a key part of Ukraine's counteroffensive in the ongoing war with Russia.
A Long March 5B rocket section reported to weigh 23 metric tons is due to re-enter Earth's atmosphere at a location that's difficult to predict.
Both Ukraine and the U.S. have been touting the war-torn country's use of the HIMARS weapons systems against Russia.
Authorities were forced to close the only bridge in the city of Kherson following the Ukrainians' attack.
The remaining pieces of debris of the Long March 5B rocket are due to land somewhere unknown.
The rocket system, built by Lockheed Martin, is long-range, mobile and fires with precision.
A Ukrainian commander said after using the weapons systems to strike a Russian ammunition depot, Russian shelling has decreased by 10 times.
The weapons systems will help Ukrainian forces "gain a degree of parity with Russian artillery," Michael Kofman said Saturday.
The White House included four more HIMARS—High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems—in a military aid package announced Friday.
The "very odd" failure "may hinder Russian operations going forward," according to the Institute for the Study of War.
Ukraine's defense ministry on Friday announced the arrival of more heavy weaponry from the West.
Three rockets are set to be produced there by the Skyrora firm and work has started on two of them.
Yury Shvytkin told Lenta.ru the mission was a legitimate target after the U.S. supplied Ukraine with the HIMARS rocket systems.
The Eastern European nation's foreign minister warned that "summer will be hot" for Russians attacking his country.
"The longer the range of the systems that will be delivered, the further we will move back the Nazis," Russia's foreign minister said Monday.
A senior administration official said there has been no decision yet on sending multiple launch rocket systems (MLRS) to Ukraine.
Senator Lindsey Graham criticized President Biden's decision to not provide Ukraine with rocket systems that could potentially reach Russia.
"To be honest I was a little bit scared at first, I didn't know what was going on," Argenis Irizarry told Newsweek
The enormous rocket is set to return humans to the moon for the first time in decades—and onwards to Mars.
Footage shot by an onboard camera shows the moment that the rocket's upper stage carrying NASA cargo tumbles out of control, with Earth whipping in and out of view beneath it.
The private rocket company will try once more to launch from Cape Canaveral, Florida on Thursday after the previous attempt was scrubbed moments before liftoff.
The previous four launch attempts of the Falcon 9 rocket were scuppered because of poor weather conditions around Cape Canaveral, Florida.
The capsule launched just before Christmas, carrying more than 6,500 lbs of science experiments and supplies to the ISS.
The unusually-configured rocket will launch space surveillance satellites into orbit on behalf of the U.S. Space Force.
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Iranian officials announced the launch Thursday, without disclosing when or where it took place, or what devices were on the onboard satellite carrier.
The colossal rocket will one day be tasked with carrying humans to Mars and maybe beyond, the SpaceX founder and CEO has said.
The rocket failed to get into orbit on its inaugural launch in California, and Firefly is combing through data to understand why.
The rocket has been in development for several years as Firefly seeks to enter the bustling commercial space industry.