Residents of the regions of Umbria, Lazio, Abruzzo, Molise, Campania, Basilica, Apulia, Calabria, Sicily and Sardinia have been warned by the Italian Civil Protection to stay indoors on the evening of May 8th, as the remains of the Chinese satellite, which falls uncontrollably to Earth, to end up in parts next to those Italian regions.
According to the director of Civil Protection Fabrizio Curchi, transmitted by the agency "Ansa", it is unlikely that parts of the satellite, even if they fall, will damage buildings, but citizens are advised to stay behind closed doors.
As already reported, the wreckage of the Chinese satellite, which is out of control in its orbit, according to Chinese experts should fall into the sea, but it is also unlikely to end up somewhere where it is not planned.
The Long March 5Bv rocket was launched last week and is the second rocket of its kind to be launched into space since May last year.
The wreckage of the "Long March" that fell to Earth after last year's mission weighed about 20 tons.