SpaceX Blames Bug for Decision Not to Avert Satellite Collision
Wednesday, 4 September 2019 () On Monday, the European Space Agency (ESA) revealed that it had to manually adjust the path of its Aeolus Earth observation satellite to ensure it wouldn’t collide with one of SpaceX’s Starlink satellites. At the time, ESA Space Debris Office chief Holger Krag told Forbes that SpaceX knew about the potential satellite collision, […]
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