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Elon Musk bluntly on China’s warning – I am not responsible for traffic jams in space


  • Elon Musk shrugs off criticism for occupying space for his satellite
  • Musk said billions of satellites could be placed in low Earth orbit
  • Earlier, the European Space Agency and China had targeted Elon Musk’s project.

Earth’s richest billionaire Elon Musk has dismissed criticism for his Starlink internet satellite taking up too much space in space. Elon Musk said that billions of satellites can be installed in low Earth orbit. Earlier, the European Space Agency and China had targeted Elon Musk’s ambitious project. Recently, a satellite of Musk narrowly avoided hitting the Chinese Space Station in space.

Musk said in an interview, ‘Space is too big and the satellites are too small.’ SpaceX owner Elon Musk has dismissed suggestions that he was obstructing his competitors’ entry into the satellite industry through his Starlink Internet Services. Musk said that several thousand satellites are nothing. It’s just like there are millions of cars here on earth. It is nothing.’ He said that we are not stopping anyone from coming into space.
The collision of the Chinese space station and Starlink narrowly survived, the people of China are telling Elon Musk the truth
‘Had to change course to prevent collision with satellite’
Earlier, the European Space Agency also said that Musk is making his own rules in the fast-growing commercial space industry. Earlier, China had complained that its space station had to divert to prevent a collision with Musk’s satellite. China has presented some documents in the United Nations in which information about these possible collisions has been given. In the document, China has complained that its space station narrowly avoided a collision with Elon Musk’s Starlink program twice. The first time this collision was going to happen on July 1 and the second time on October 21.

After this report surfaced, Chinese citizens have become very angry with Tesla and SpaceX owner Elon Musk. Many people have fiercely targeted Elon Musk on the online platform. In a report on the website of the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs, China said that the Chinese space station had to take necessary steps to prevent these collisions.

America’s space weapon told satellite
Chinese citizens have fiercely expressed their displeasure against Musk on their social media platform Weibo. One user wrote that SpaceX’s Starlink satellites are just garbage. At the same time, another user called it America’s space weapon. Earth’s orbit is littered with satellites and other types of debris that pose a major threat to the space station, existing satellites and space telescopes. Scientists are constantly asking countries to share its data so that possible future collisions can be avoided.

‘Starlink’ will revolutionize the world of internet speed
In the year 2022, Starlink’s internet work is expected to spread all over the world. Its speed can range from 50 Mbps to 150 Mbps. Starlink’s satellites are closer to Earth, so the speed of the Internet will be faster. This service will be more effective in areas where the general internet service does not work or the speed is slow. SpaceX is preparing to take internet speed up to 300 Mbps.


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