Elon Musk THREATENED! Chinese Scientists Develop Plan To Destroy Starlink Satellites INSTANTLY!


Have you seen Elon Musk’s recent move to launch thousands of small satellites from our solar system to create ‘Starlink’ Internet? But there are major concerns going about it right now. And China seems to plot something against it. Well, Join us as we show you How Chinese Scientists Develop Plan To Destroy Starlink Satellites. Recently, Chinese military researchers have called for the development of a “hard kill” weapon to destroy Elon Musk’s Starlink satellite system if it threatens China’s national security. The researchers drew attention to Starlink’s “huge potential for military applications” and the need for China to develop countermeasures to surveill, disable or even destroy the growing satellite megaconstellation. Starlink is a broadband satellite internet network developed by Elon Musk’s SpaceX company that aims to beam internet access to customers anywhere in the world as long as they have a Starlink satellite dish to connect to the satellites. Since the first Starlink satellites were launched in 2019, SpaceX has put more than 2,300 of them into low-Earth orbit, and the company plans to send up to 42,000 satellites into space to form a gigantic megaconstellation. The Chinese researchers were particularly concerned by the potential military capabilities of the constellation, which they claim could be used to track hypersonic missiles; dramatically boost the data transmission speeds of U.S. drones and stealth fighter jets, or even ram into and destroy Chinese satellites. China has had some near misses with Starlink satellites already, having written to the U.N. last year to complain that the country’s space station was forced to perform emergency maneuvers to avoid “close encounters” with Starlink satellites in July and October 2021. China already has multiple methods for disabling satellites. These include microwave jammers that can disrupt communications or fry electrical components; powerful, millimeter-resolution lasers that can nab high-resolution images and blind satellite sensors; cyber-weapons to hack into satellite networks; and long-range anti-satellite missiles to destroy them, according to the U.S. Department of Defense. But the researchers say that these measures, which are effective against individual satellites, won’t be enough to scuttle Starlink. “The Starlink constellation constitutes a decentralized system. The confrontation is not about individual satellites, but the whole system.” The researchers also outlined how an attack on the Starlink system would require “some low-cost, high-efficiency measures.” Exactly what these measures could do remains unclear. The researchers propose that China should develop its own spy satellites to better snoop on Starlink; find new and improved ways to hack its systems, and develop more efficient methods to down multiple satellites in the network. This could potentially mean the deployment of lasers, microwave weapons, or smaller satellites that could be used to swarm Starlink’s satellites. China is also looking to compete with Starlink directly through the launch of its own satellite network. Called Xing Wang, or Starnet, it also aims to provide global internet access to paying customers. Ren Yuanzhen, a scholar working at Beijing was the one in charge of directing this investigation. The Chinese government intends to eliminate all of Starlink’s thousands of individual satellites, which makes up the constellation. Researchers have proposed that lasers, microwave technologies, and even smaller satellites have been used to defend China’s interests instead of missiles because the former will not be a cost-effective option. After Starlink technology was sent to Ukraine to assist in military communication, Dmitry Rogozin, the head of Russia’s Roscosmos Space Agency, delivered a threat to Elon Musk and cautioned him about possible ramifications. Rogozin is in charge of Russia’s space agency. Rogozin stated that the starlink satellite was being provided by the Pentagon. He went on to say that Musk is “therefore complicit” and that he will be held accountable for his actions.

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