Starlink satellites interfere with radar astronomy

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Starlink satellites interfere with radar astronomy

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"Leave it to Starlink. SpaceX's growing constellation of internet satellites is finding new ways to interfere with astronomy. This time it's radar astronomy"

Instead of echoes from meteors, observers are seeing multiple echoes from Starlink satellites.

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Re: Starlink satellites interfere with radar astronomy

Post by skyhawk »

Again who cares............

Now don't take that the wrong way, we do, I do, you do but in reality no one who "matters" the people with the money do :(
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