Satellite Internet Elon Musk scared the inhabitants of England and Ukraine

Astronomers have repeatedly reported that the satellite Internet Elon Musk threatens to put a cross on the exploration of space from Earth. Tens of thousands of satellites will be an irresistible veil that will damage the entire scientific community. And while Elon Musk is arguing with researchers, Starlink's satellites are putting ordinary people in fear.

On April 19, several dozens of flickering lights appeared over the Essex sky in southeastern England at around 9.20 p.m. local time. The unsuspecting locals began to build a variety of theories, first mistaking the phenomenon for a meteor shower. When the lights flying through the sky began to rise evenly, people thought they had witnessed alien activity. After a while, more advanced Internet users reported that they were the satellites of Elon Musk.

Three days later the story was repeated already in Ukraine. On April 22 at 22:30 local time, Kyiv residents witnessed 17 luminous objects flying through the sky. Of course, users began to put forward the most incredible theories about UFOs.

At the moment, the Starlink group has 422 satellites. April 22 with the help of SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket was sent into orbit another batch of 60 devices. Earlier it was reported that the company's engineers will apply special coating to the new satellites, which will reduce their brightness. It is still unclear whether SpaceX has fulfilled its promise.

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