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A dedicated thread for random space comments that might not deserve their own thread.
 
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Check this high resolution view of the sun. Each blob of plasma is roughly the size of TEXAS.

 

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Elon Musk was spotted riding shotgun with Jay Leno driving one of the new Tesla trucks. Perhaps an upcoming episode of Jay's Garage will feature their endeavors.
 
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Russians are playing chicken with our spy sats. What could go wrong.

 

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China has successfully launched what has been described as "the world's first 6G satellite" into space to test the technology.

It went into orbit along with 12 other satellites from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in the Shanxi Province.
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Does this mean that we will get a bunch of satellites in the sky in 10 years? Except those 57,000 already scheduled to launch by 2029?
 
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China has successfully launched what has been described as "the world's first 6G satellite" into space to test the technology.

It went into orbit along with 12 other satellites from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in the Shanxi Province.
Here it was:
Does this mean that we will get a bunch of satellites in the sky in 10 years? Except those 57,000 already scheduled to launch by 2029?
Looks like your link is broken. Might want to check it.
 

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