Russia Is Prepared To Shoot Down All Of Elon Musk’s Starlink Propaganda Satellites
– Musk’s SpaceX Starlink media satellites blanketing the planet are actually left wing, Google-based, propaganda satellites they only push Google and left-wing approved media and track the viewing and life-style habits of every citizen. Russia is not about to tolerate that.
– See the George Clooney film: “Gravity” to see how bad the situation is.
Russia ‘conducts anti-satellite weapons test forcing ISS crew to take shelter from debris,’ Space Command reveals
RUSSIA has reportedly conducted an anti-satellite weapons test, forcing the crew of the International Space Station to take shelter from debris, US Space Command revealed.
Russia reportedly conducted an anti-satellite weapon’s test, forcing ISS crew to take shelter from debrisCredit: AFP
Both Russian and US astronauts were reportedly told to shelter in place following the space debris-generating eventCredit: Reuters
In a statement, State Department spokesperson Ned Price said: “Earlier today, the Russian Federation recklessly conducted a destructive satellite test of a direct-ascent anti-satellite missile against one of its own satellites.
“The test has so far generated over 1,500 pieces of trackable orbital debris and hundreds of thousands of pieces of smaller orbital debris that now threaten the interests of all nations.
“In addition, this test will significantly increase the risk to astronauts and cosmonauts on the International Space Station, as well as to other human spaceflight activities.”
Earlier in the day, defense officials said: “US Space Command is aware of a debris-generating event in outer space.
“We are actively working to characterize the debris field and will continue to ensure all space-faring nations have the information necessary to maneuver satellites if impacted.”
The statement from Space Command came hours after astronauts were forced into the Russian Soyuz and SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsules as part of “safe heaven” measures designed to protect them in the event of a collision.
The orbit of the debris cloud and the International Space Station appears to be intersecting roughly every 90 minutes, meaning that the danger continues even as astronauts are now out of those spacecraft.
According to Todd Harrison, director of the Aerospace Security Project at the Center for Strategic and International, there are many ways that debris can be created in space.
Two satellites – or a satellite and piece of space junk – could collide while orbiting the Earth, and countries could launch anti-satellite missiles from the ground to destroy objects in orbit.
There could also be a catastrophic anomaly, such as a satellite’s fuel tank exploding or its battery overheating and then exploding, Harrison told the Houston Chronicle.
‘EVERYTHING IS REGULAR’
“The orbit of the object, which forced the crew today to move into spacecraft according to standard procedures, has moved away from the ISS orbit,” Roscosmos said in a tweet.
The current commander of the outpost, Anton Shkaplerov, tweeted: “Friends, everything is regular with us! We continue to work according to the program.”
Both spacecraft can be used as lifeboats to bring the crew back to Earth in an emergency.