For the first time in human history, there is a plan to send such a large number of small satellites. Details of this came to light last week when Elon’s company SpaceX submitted an application to the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).ITU has a United Nations sub-agency that looks at all matters of sending satellites into space. As per the request is given here, the company will send 20 sets of 1500 satellite in orbit, but it will get approval from other organizations besides ITU. are in satellite space, under the plan, they will create a satellite Internet connection called StarLink.
The company says these satellites will also make possible ground observations. Each satellite weighs 330 to 580 kilograms and all are capable of taking a clear and clear picture of the Earth, but in the orbit, it will go, there are some effects of groundwater that will push it into friction and thus Can further increase space waste or space junk. Experts, on the other hand, believe that such a large number of satellites could increase the risk of their mutual collision in space, but Space X has said that this will not happen.