LOL i had to laugh when i read this post, in a good way
me and a frienda t work think up stuff like this, and we did once not too long ago. Being an amateur astronomer, this would be too costly to dispose
of number one. thiers too many things taht can go wrong, supopse the rocket fails in earth orbit, now yuo got tons of trash threatening any space
mission up thier, possibly some surviving re entry and raining down all over the globe.
it would be a HUGE waist of metal resources as well..enventually in time, the metal the rocket is made of, would become depleted from earth
sources, not being recycled back into things.
rocket could go off course around venus or mercury, contaminating those planets, with things like plastic, waist, chemicals that werent properly
dispossed of, aka paint thinner, engine coolant, engine oil, yard debirs...those items almost always make it too the landfill. in return, making that
planet more toxic*
its a fun idea lol but the cost and metal vastly outweigh convential down to earth means* personally, for hygenic reasons for the populous, im
still in favor of incineration to make electricity. landfills suck..thier filled, covered, condos typically are built over them, them sold at full
modern day cost, while the people mving in, are not aware thier new home is sitting right ontop of toxic gases and chemicals that most likely will
eventually enter thier water and air.
At least with incineration, the toxic stuff is so minimal, and its all carbon ashes*