Elon Musk’s Starlink constellation has FCC approval to include up to 12,000 satellites in low-earth orbit to provide low-latency gigabit broadband internet virtually everywhere on Earth. Musk plans 30,000 more. But this massive increase of orbiting objects has some experts worried about a catastrophic collision cascade that effectively shuts off space exploration forever. It could also threaten astronauts aboard the ISS, our GPS system, and military surveillance capabilities…not to mention the Gravity of the risk to Sandra Bullock and George Clooney.
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