China’s complaint to the UN against Elon Musk’s satellites for the risk of “collision” – BBC News World

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China brought Musk to the UN.

The Asian country filed a complaint with the United Nations after, according to it, its space station was forced to avoid two collisions with satellites launched for the Starlink project of entrepreneur billionaire Elon Musk.

The Chinese station this year had two “close encounters” with satellites of Starlink, an Internet provider company operated by SpaceX, also owned by Musk.

The incidents reported by Beijing to the United Nations (UN) space agency have not been independently verified.

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China’s complaint to the UN against Elon Musk’s satellites for the risk of “collision” – BBC News World