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Latest Alien Rumor Video: Elon Musk Satellite Sparks Alien UFO Fears: People Who Understand Satellite As Alien

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Elon Musk’s recent satellite launch of Elon Musk’s SpaceX has been the subject of discussion. The rocket’s payload in Los Angeles was visible from Earth after reaching orbit. Seeing the light emanating from this, people were surprised and started to wonder what the hell is this. Many have figured out that it was the UFO when the Falcon 9 rocket was launched, which will launch 60 Starlink satellites. So far, the company has launched more than 1,000 satellites.

Alien attack allowed
During the Los Angeles incident, astronomer Dr James Davenport said: “ They were in a lower class and connected together, so it’s called a Starlink train. What you can see are satellite channels that are close together and reflect sunlight. According to Sputnik News, the launch scared people on the west coast of the United States and was considered an alien attack.

Controversy over the launch of Starlink
Thanks to Starlink, Musk’s company is trying to send a raft of satellites into the sky, causing astronomers to fear that there is no obstacle to observing space and that he can there is a risk of collision with such a large number of space objects. Some time ago, debris from the company’s rocket was seen falling like a shooting star in the Pacific Northwest region. These launches were then triggered by rocket debris falling on a farm in Washington.

Fears of experts
Experts in the space industry believe that by doing so, the Musk Company increases the possibility of collisions between space objects. This will create more waste in space. SpaceX’s StarLink has launched around 1,300 satellite orbits and plans to send more than 40,000 satellites by 2027. Starlink previously said that the satellites can avoid collisions with any other space object through ionic drives, but if the contact or the operation of satellites fails in orbit, they can pose a threat to space traffic.

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