Elon Musk: 'Billions Of satellites Can Fit In Space ... We Are Not Blocking Anyone's Way

The presence of thousands of satellites in space is like a few thousand vehicles (running) on ​​the ground. 

Elon Musk, an American businessman known for his electric car Tesla, was responding to the criticism he faced after a recent space crash.

It should be noted that China had complained that the Star Link of its space station has been colliding with the satellites of the Internet service. Elon Musk's company operates a satellite Internet network called SpaceX StarLink.

Beijing claims that its space station has crashed twice this year when the Star Link satellite was about to collide with it.

'We are not obstructing anyone'

Responding to criticism on social media in China, Elon Musk denied in an interview with the Financial Times that his company's satellites take up too much space.

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Billions of satellites can orbit near Earth. The space is very large and the satellites are very small. Elon Musk said it was not as if his company's satellite had blocked anyone's path. "We are not stopping anyone from doing or wanting to do anything."

He added that the presence of a few thousand satellites in space is nothing. "It's like you say, 'Look, there are a few thousand cars on earth.' Nothing.'

It should be noted that SpaceX has already sent 1900 satellites into orbit and it intends to launch another one thousand planets in space.

Why was Elon Musk criticized in China?

The incidents took place on July 1 and October 21, according to a document submitted by China to the UN space agency this month.

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According to a report published on a website, China has stated in documents submitted to the United Nations that the Chinese space station had to activate the collision avoidance system from a security point of view.

Independent sources have not been able to confirm any possible accidents that have been reported to the United Nations space agency.

When the news of the complaint surfaced, Elon Musk and China's microblogging website in the United States came under fire. One user wrote that StarLink's satellites are 'garbage in space'.

Some other users said that Musk's satellites are US space weapons or new weapons of US government and military.

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Another message said, "The dangers of StarLink are now slowly unfolding and all humanity will have to pay the price for these business activities."

China has publicly accused the United States of endangering the lives of astronauts by not fulfilling its obligations under the space agreement. A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman has urged the United States to act responsibly.

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Elon Musk is not the only one facing criticism from China. He has also been sharply criticized by the European Space Agency, whose director general, Joseph Archbasher, has said that the thousands of satellites from Star Link, a company owned by Akon Malsk, have less space to compete with them in space. Will be left But Elon Musk says there is no such thing, nor can he stop anyone from going into space.

Experts disagree with Elon Musk. He believes that, contrary to Elon Musk's claims, distance between satellites is needed in space, otherwise there is a risk of a collision. Joseph Archbisher says Elon Musk is making the law of private industry in space himself.

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Scientists have also expressed concern about the possibility of accidents in space, and at the same time have urged governments around the world to deploy more than 30,000 satellites and spacecraft in space. Disseminate information about orbiting satellite parts and debris.

Last month, the US space agency NASA abruptly canceled a walk on the International Space Station due to the threat of space debris.

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