Everyone was afraid of the big space explosion of the Chinese Space Center in space recently. Scientists have stopped sleeping on another Skylab. Everything fell into the ocean, so it was breathing.
“Space junk”, which is dangerous in space, is now breaking down on scientists.
Scientists are trying to protect the spaceships and rockets from these spaces.
Just a few days ago there were two different thrilling events on the same day in space.
One of these is dangerous, and another is used for future generations.
In the first scene, two large meteors crashed into the ground in a collision with each other.
A few more seconds later, another spectacular scene in space was invented.
A bright red spaceship is rapidly moving into the orbit. The Creator of both is Man.
Space XI Ein Musk has been widely applauded by Apollo Saturn V’s.
All space waste that surrounds the earth is not all. Marble size has up to 5 lakh waste.
In the cricket ball size, around 20,000 are threatening the planet Earth.
Astronauts gloves or dysfunctional satellites, breakaway rocket parts .. All these are ruins without being aware of the destination in space.
For some years the competition for space trials has increased. In addition to America and Russia, India and Chains are also experimenting with space rockets.
With this fierce competition, a large number of ruins come to earth’s orbit. Now it is a great challenge to the landlord.
The biggest problem for scientists is to save space shuttles from these waste.
Experimental space agencies have already started experimenting with how to protect them from debris.
“The waste at millimeter size is much more dangerous than larger spare parts. NASA Chief Scientist Ger Chi Liu, who leads research on space debris, said: “Spaceships face risky conditions as they travel faster to the earth’s orbit.
Waste molecules, such as small molecules, jump at 48,000 km per hour, as in bullets as bullets.
One satellite damaged
A seminar was conducted in February by the US-based ‘Session of the Scientific and Technical Sub Committee’ in Vienna.
Liu gave a presentation on the seminar conducted in the name of ‘Understanding Experiments in Space Orbital’.
Explosive waste in space, including the steps taken by the American space agency, and investigations.
In 2017 alone, 400 spacecraft were introduced into Earth Orbit by 86 experiments. The total weight of vehicles introduced into Earth Orbit is 7600 tonnes.
“The space surveillance network was able to detect 23,000 large items. There are millions of ruins in the smallest grain size. They do not come to the attention of the Space Service Network. Although small in size, they are the most dangerous for the same space exploration and robotics, “Liu said.
Another fear of scientists is the Caster syndrome or the Caesar effect.
Space wastes, breaks down, splits into small particles, becomes a large number and can contaminate spacecraft. It is called tannelekeser syndrome or a Kester effect.
Spacecraft experiments are now essential for mankind. Space experiments are highly desirable until the disaster from the telecommunication system. A single spaceship or satellite is damaged in damage.
The danger posed to space vehicles
“Need to focus on waste in space. You need to know what’s going on. Should be expected, which is the most essential
In 2007, China destroyed the Feng-i-Sin, which he had just launched, and there was a lot of waste in space.
Two years later, the American Iridium 33 communication satellite hit Russia’s Cosmos 2251 spacecraft.
These two events have a large number of debris particles in space.
Last year, NASA’s actions had resulted in the loss of 21 human spacecraft vehicles.
Four of China’s Fengyuan 1C and two Iridium 33-Cosmos 2251 were damaged due to the NASA operations.
NASA efforts are uncommon for vehicles to avoid accidents.
Avoiding the possibilities of traveling orbiting satellites from orbit.
To avoid such risks, you need to constantly focus on waste. It is also necessary to observe the momentum of satellites. It is very necessary.
“NASA is attempting to exploit waste using devices such as radars, telescopes, insit. It is very difficult to observe things in less than a millimeter, “Liu explained.
NASA has also established Space Debris sensor in the International Space Station.
A meter smacker bit kit of 20 cm thick attached to the European Columbus module.
This sensor identifies the millimeter size of waste. There are also waste discharges, their cycles, barrens, what they are in orbit, and the timing of what is likely to collapse.
It also clarifies that space ruins are formed in man-made or outer space.