China’s target: Elon Musk! To destroy the lauded Starlink satellites…

Elon Musk, one of the most talked about names of the last period. The $44 billion Twitter deal and the subsequent sexual harassment claim brought Musk to the top of the newspaper headlines. However, the latest Chinese-focused claims will not please Musk.

FLASH ELON MUSK NAME FROM CHINA! TAKES ACTION TO DESTROY

According to the news of the British Daily Mail newspaper; Chinese military researchers say Elon Musk’s decision should be taken if Beijing sees it as a threat to Chinese national security. Starlink took action to destroy the satellite system. According to reports, the Chinese military is planning to develop weapons that can destroy Elon Musk’s Starlink satellites to protect ‘national security’.

An article published last month underlined the need for China to develop capabilities to track and, if necessary, destroy every single Earth-orbiting Starlink satellite.

The study was led by Ren Yuanzhen, a researcher at the Beijing Institute of Monitoring and Telecommunications. Co-authors included several senior scientists in China’s defense industry.

The article, published in the locally peer-reviewed journal Modern Defense Technology, states that “A combination of soft and hard destruction methods must be adopted to make some Starlink satellites lose their functionality and destroy the constellation’s operating system.”

PRAISE WITH STARLINK

Elon Musk’s space internet network Starlink has been praised for providing super-fast internet to developing countries and poorer parts of the world. Even during the Russia-Ukraine war, Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Digital Transformation Mykhailo Fedorov asked Elon Musk to provide Starlink access to Ukraine.

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Elon Musk, on the other hand, did his best by sending stations to the country in response to Fedorov’s call and opening Starlink.

AT FIVE FIVE SPEED SOUNDS…

SpaceX signed a contract with the US Department of Defense to use Starlink for military purposes. The agreement will focus on developing precision instruments that can detect and track hypersonic weapons moving at five times the speed of sound in the earth’s atmosphere.

BEIJING SEEKING A COST-EFFECTIVE ROAD

Beijing is looking for cost-effective ways to destroy thousands of satellites. Capabilities that Ren thinks China should develop include super-sharp space surveillance satellites to spy on the Starlink system, and the ability to intercept and analyze previously transmitted data.

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