UFO Buster Radio News – 293: SpaceX Will Kill Astronomy and Dyson Sphere By The Sun?
As SpaceX Launches 60 Starlink Satellites, Scientists See Threat to ‘Astronomy Itself
Various companies are pressing ahead with plans for internet service from space, which has prompted astronomers to voice concerns about the impact on research from telescopes on Earth.
In response, SpaceX has said that it wants to mitigate the potential impacts of Starlink. But at the same time, the company is still moving full steam ahead.
Requesting permission from the Federal Communications Commission to operate as many as 30,000 satellites on top of the 12,000 already approved. Should SpaceX succeed in sending this many satellites to low-Earth orbit, its constellation would contain more than eight times as many satellites as the total number currently in orbit.
When James Lowenthal, an astronomer at Smith College, first saw the train of Starlink satellites marching like false stars across the night sky in the spring, he knew something had shifted.
“I felt as if life as an astronomer and a lover of the night sky would never be the same,” he said.
the American Astronomical Society has convened an ad hoc committee with Dr. Lowenthal and other experts to discuss their concerns with SpaceX representatives once a month.
A spokeswoman from SpaceX said the company was taking steps to paint the Earth-facing bases of the satellites black to reduce their reflectiveness.
Dr. Tyson is the chief scientist for the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope — a 27-foot, billion-dollar telescope under construction in Chile that will scan the entire sky every three days. The survey, the world’s largest yet, will help astronomers better understand dark energy, dark matter, the origin of the Milky Way and the outer regions of the solar system. But because it is designed to scan faint objects, it is expected to be greatly affected by the satellites.
NASA Satellite Photo Captures Moon-Sized Alien Ship Near Sun
UFO expert claimed that one of NASA’s satellites photographed a massive alien vessel flying near the Sun. According to the expert, the strange object could be a Dyson sphere that’s harvesting energy from the giant star.
The latest claims about an unidentified object hovering near the Sun was made Scott Waring of ET Database. Waring made the claims after viewing a photo taken by NASA’s Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO), which was launched in 1995 to study the Sun.
In the photo taken by the space agency’s SOHO satellite, a white object can be seen directly above the Sun. Zooming in on the image would reveal that the object has a very distinct shape.
“I would estimate that hundreds of UFOs if not more appear near our Sun daily,” he continued. “The real question is why?”
According to Waring, it is possible that the reason why the massive object is flying near the Sun is because it’s a Dyson sphere. Conceptualized by mathematician and physicist Freeman Dyson, a Dyson sphere is a theoretical megastructure in space that can house an entire civilization. It can remain operational and habitable for a very long time by harvesting energy from a nearby star.
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