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Chinese social media users pulled Elon Musk, this is the whole matter


Chinese Social Media On Elon Musk: Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk is once again in the headlines. Chinese social media users on Tuesday slammed billionaire Elon Musk. People have taken out a lot of anger against Elon Musk. China alleged that Elon Musk’s space station was forced to retreat to prevent a collision with the Starlink program. According to a document submitted by China to the United Nations (UN) space agency, China’s Tiangong space station survived two collisions with SpaceX’s Starlink satellites in July and October.

Chinese citizens pulled Elon Musk

In a document submitted to the United Nations (UN) space agency, China has said that China’s Space Station took necessary steps to prevent this collision. The same SpaceX has not yet given any reaction on this. A Chinese user wrote on social media that Starlink’s satellites are like a pile of garbage. While another user is telling them America’s space war weapon. Earth’s orbit is full of satellites and other types of debris. Scientists around the world have often been appealing to countries to share data in this regard so that possible collisions can be avoided in the future.

China’s report to the UN space agency

Another user on Chinese social media, attacking Elon Musk, wrote that the danger is increasing continuously due to Starlink’s satellites. Another social media user wrote how ironic that Chinese people buy Tesla, contribute huge sums so that Elon Musk can launch Starlink, and then it crashes into China’s space station. The same Chinese social media user has written that prepare to boycott Tesla.

According to media reports, SpaceX alone has built hundreds of satellites that work for Starlink’s broadband network. It is said that the company is still working on a plan to make more satellites. SpaceX’s Starlink is a group of more than 1,700 satellites intended to provide Internet access to most parts of Earth.

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