Starlink Satellites Interfering With Astronomical Observations
March 05, 2020
After the first batch of SpaceX Starlink satellites reached orbit, astronomers soon spotted a glinting, star-like string of pearls draping across the twilight sky as sunlight bounced off the spacecraft train circling 273 mi. (434 km) above Earth. The novelty quickly wore thin. Even after the...
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