Hua Chunying said Beijing was being treated unfairly, the American media romanticises their launches and space debris free falls.
It could land anywhere from New York, Madrid and Beijing and as far south as southern Chile and Wellington, New Zealand.
Asked how long it may take for ISRO to complete the two static tests, an official said: "Maybe six months".
Rao was instrumental in the development of the ASLV, the PSLV, GSLV rocket and encouraged work to begin on cryogenic technology.
Starship can carry some 100 tons of material into space, with SpaceX calling it "the world's most powerful launch vehicle ever developed.
There will be seven launch vehicle missions and six satellite missions, as well as our first unmanned mission by the end of the year.
The Starship rocket needs to master its landing as this is the second time that it has exploded with the first time happening last year, in December.
The mission will be the first time that two international partner crew members are flying together, NASA said.
FM says four Indians are in Russia undergoing astronaut training as part of the joint partnership between ISRO and Roscosmos.
The company is among dozens working on affordable ways to launch nano satellites.
All four engines fired for barely a minute, rather than the intended eight minutes, on the test stand at NASA’s Stennis Space Center in Mississippi.
The Indian space agency had planned to launch its maiden human space flight mission 'Gaganyaan' by December 2021 but will be delayed due to COVID-19.
The spaceship was crewed by two pilots. There was payload belonging to NASA on board but no passengers.
Astronomers using the Catalina Sky Survey in Arizona first detected the object, saying it could be a possible mini-moon and named it 2020 SO.
China's space program is run by the military and is secretive and its state media have yet to publish any photos.
The Vega rocket's last mission in July 2019 failed around two minutes after take-off because of an apparent structural failure that caused the launcher to split in two.
China's Tianwen-1 Mars mission: Science objectives, instruments on the first-of-its-kind tech demo to the Red Planet
If successful,Tianwen-1 will be signified as a major technical breakthrough in interplanetary mission technology.
The lander and rover will perform a soft landing on Utopia Planitia, around two to three months after it arrives to Mars.
China launches first Tianwen-1 orbiter-lander-rover mission to Mars today; CNSA yet to confirm success
The launch is an open secret, with CNSA not particularly hiding the relevant information but not being very forthcoming with it either.
India had undertaken planetary missions to the Moon and Mars on a shoestring budget of around USD one billion compared to China's USD three billion and USD 25 billion of USA.