By Arthur Firstenberg
Elon Musk’s plan is to launch 12,000 low orbit satellites “to beam an ultrafast, lag-free Internet connection” to every square inch of the earth. They will contain PHASED ARRAY ANTENNAS and will operate in the MILLIMETER WAVE SPECTRUM. In other words, 5G FROM SPACE. The first two satellites are scheduled to be launched on a Falcon 9 rocket tomorrow. News reports say “The initial satellites in the network are expected to come online next year.”
Each satellite will be the size of a mini-refrigerator and weigh about 400 kg. 4,425 satellites will be at an altitude of about 700 miles and 7,518 satellites will be at an altitude of only 210 miles. By contrast, Iridium’s 66 satellites are at an altitude of 483 miles and Globalstar’s 48 satellites sail at an altitude of 876 miles.
The earth has never experienced anything like this. Even if Musk’s Falcon Heavy rocket could launch 100 of these at a time, which is likely, that still means 120 rocket launches. If he wants to get them all up there in a year’s time, that’s 1 launch every three days.
And there are at least 10 other companies that want to launch thousands of satellites each to do the same thing.
The earth’s protective ozone layer is still being depleted, scientists have just discovered, even though everyone thought the problem was solved by the Montreal Protocol. With so many rockets blasting holes in the atmosphere these days, that could be the reason. But nobody is talking about it.
Musk’s scheme alone could cause a catastrophic ozone loss, and it could also destroy all life on the planet.
MICROWAVE RADIO FREQUENCIES AND EARTH ORBITING SATELLITES ARE CAUSING GLOBAL WARMING OR CLIMATE CHANGE
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