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SpaceX Refused To Move A Starlink Satellite At Risk Of Collision With A European Satellite


SpaceX Refused To Move A Starlink Satellite At Risk Of Collision With A European Satellite The European Space Agency (ESA) says one of its satellites was forced to avoid a satellite from SpaceX’s Starlink constellation, raising concerns about the impact of Starlink on low Earth orbit operations, after SpaceX refused to move their satellite out of the way. At 11.02 A.M. today, Monday, September 2, ESA’s Aeolus Earth observation satellite had to use its thrusters to move itself out of a potential collision with a Starlink space internet satellite dubbed “Starlink 44”.   More



(Source: Forbes - Sep 3)

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