Project ODIN: Project ODIN was a Military Space Force Intelligence Agency Operation connected to the new Starlink Satellite System. The over 500 Starlink Satellites sent into space since January 2021 now control all nations of the world’s Grids and has the ability to bypass, take over and operate all Media, Radio, Internet and Digital platforms around the globe including the new Emergency Broadcast System.
If you’re reading this then you are a participant in the modern web. The web we are experiencing today is much different than what it was just 10 years ago. How has the web evolved, and more importantly – where is it going next? Also, why do any of these
Here's what they look like in the night sky. If you can get the Washington Post (it may be behind a paywall) this is a great article and fantastic photo. Well worth trying to get a look at. If you can't get it, the second link should be available to everyone.
The last link shows how to see them where you are located.
This service is great for those that have no internet service otherwise. For everyone else it's way overpriced.
I think I posted this before but we happened to catch a launch on our vacation last September. We didn't know what it was at the time until we saw the news the next day. I took this pic just south of Ocean City, MD of one of their launches in Florida.
Most technological advancements are modest in nature, slowly building upon previous generations. However, every so often, there is a breakthrough in material science which results in not a step, but a leap forward. If a team of scientists in Korea is correct in its recent findings surrounding...
Orbital Killer The Federal Aviation Administration has sounded the alarm on the danger of falling Starlink satellites, and SpaceX is not happy. SpaceX's satellites, which are stationed in low-Earth orbit, are intended to only last five years before de-orbiting. Their expendable nature has an...
>>FAA Warns That Falling Satellites Are Going to Start Killing People
..But the FAA begs to differ. In a report to Congress made public last week, the agency claims that by 2035, some 28,000 fragments from Starlink satellites falling back to Earth could survive re-entry each year.
That has unsettling implications. With so much debris, the report concludes, the chance of a stray satellite fragment hitting and killing someone on the ground will rise to 61 percent each year...<<