The President of the Syrian Astronomical Society, Mohammed Al-Asiri, said that the body of the Chinese rocket that carried the Chinese spacecraft would cross over Syria at 2.48 a.m., with the possibility of being seen with the naked eye, and would come from the alluvial south towards the northeast.
A number of international space experts warned against the fall of a Chinese rocket object, the main part of the launch vehicle, weighing 20 tons, which carried the Chinese spacecraft to Earth in the next few days, after using it to launch the core module of the new Chinese Space Station, noting that the main part could not be directed and had no route to fall into the sea at a predetermined point.
Al-Asiri pointed out to the Syrian news agency SANA that the whole world is following at a moment's notice the path of China's missile object. As a Syrian astronomical association, we are following carefully and moving the coordinates of the places expected for the missile to fall.
Al-Asiri added that space experts had stated that at worst it would be like a small plane crash, but it would run over a line hundreds of kilometres long and that was enough to cause damage.