By B.N. Frank
Experts continue to warn against launching more satellites for internet service or other purposes (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9). In fact, recently a 5G satellite moratorium was implemented in South Africa due to interference issues. Nevertheless, more satellites were launched earlier this week and more are planned.
From Cell Phone Task Force:
More Satellites by SpaceX and OneWeb Launched Despite Opposition and Catastrophic Warnings
UPDATE ON SATELLITES
On Wednesday, March 24, 2021, both the number of satellites in low orbit around the earth, and the volume of data they transmit, increased significantly. On Wednesday morning (4:28 a.m. EDT, 8:28 UTC), SpaceX launched another 60 satellites. On Wednesday evening (10:47 p.m. EDT, 14:47 UTC), OneWeb launched another 36 satellites. And people who already have satellite Internet from SpaceX on a trial basis reported a sudden increase in their Internet speed on Wednesday to up to 430 Mbps.
This could explain the reports I am beginning to receive of sudden illness that began on Wednesday. I myself was unable to sleep at all Wednesday night, and my body hurt, and itched, all over.…
The Mind Unleashed
A new satellite launched by Capella Space has the capability to see inside buildings and through walls during the day and night offering clients a crystal clear image of anywhere in the world.
Futurism claims in a new article these capabilities are new. The publication writes the following, “And unlike most of the huge array of surveillance and observational satellites orbiting the Earth, its satellite Capella 2 can snap a clear picture during night or day, rain or shine.”
“It turns out that half of the world is in nighttime, and half of the world, on average, is cloudy,” CEO Payam Banazadeh, a former system engineer at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, told Futurism. “When you combine those two together, about 75 percent of Earth, at any given time, is going to be cloudy, nighttime, or it’s going to be both. It’s invisible to you, and that portion is moving around.”
But we know from U.S. President Donald Trump tweeting out an image of an Iranian launch site that the current capabilities of America’s satellites are as advanced as Capella Space. Trump tweeted the photo of a charred launchpad at the Imam Khomeini Space Center in Iran last year.…