China is very angry at Space X and Tesla company owner Elon Musk. Actually, Elon Musk, who is in controversies due to his tweets and statements, is again in the headlines due to the controversy. But this time none of his tweets is the reason, but Starlink Satellite.
According to the information received, two Starlink satellites of Elon Musk kept colliding with the Chinese Space Station. This is the reason why China has expressed its displeasure with Elon Musk. Not only this, China has also said that it will also complain to Musk in the UN regarding this.
Chinese citizens are fiercely telling Elon Musk on the Internet. This anger of the people of China is coming out because of the avoidance of its Stalin satellite colliding with the Chinese space station.
At the same time, China has also claimed that to prevent a collision with Elon Musk’s satellite, pressure was also made to retract his space station. China has complained about this to the United Nations this month.
China has submitted some documents in this regard to the UN space agency along with Musk’s complaint. According to these documents, China’s Tiangong space station survived a collision with SpaceX’s Starlink satellites twice, in July and October. This incident happened for the first time on July 1 and for the second time on October 21, when the collision between the two survived.
To avoid this collision, China’s space station had to take special rescue measures both times. The space station had to retreat, which also disrupted its space program. This is the reason why China is very angry.
Musk, who has come under attack before
This isn’t the first time Elon Musk has been criticized for Starlink. Even before this, he has faced criticism many times due to this project. Astronomers had targeted this projector. Astronomers alleged that Starlink’s satellites shine very brightly in the night sky, making them very difficult to study stars.
More than 1700 satellites sent to orbit
Actually Starlink is an ambitious project of Elon Musk. Through this, Elon Musk plans to launch thousands of suitcase-sized satellites and provide Internet service around the world with their help. Let us tell you that till now more than 1700 satellites have been sent to orbit through Starlink.