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Did you know that road traffic costs the US economy a total of around $179 billion each year? According to the Texas A&M Transportation Institute, an average urban commuter spends about 54 hours each year sitting in traffic! We all know how Elon Musk has been committed to making life more sustainable for us humans. He has also taken upon his shoulders the responsibility of fixing traffic. He started The Boring Company to build underground tunnels to make transportation easier. However, while doing so his other project with SpaceX, known as the Starlink constellation, is on the verge of creating congestion in the Earth’s orbit. So what really is the Starlink project and what does ElonMusk aim to achieve with it, and most importantly, is Starlink really a problem? Stay tuned till the end of the video to find out.

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