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Spacejunk's toxic Ku-zappers ready for deployment
Luvapottamus
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Post: #1
stars Spacejunk's toxic Ku-zappers ready for deployment
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SpaceX’s first dedicated Starlink launch announced as mass production begins

SpaceX has announced a launch target of May 2019 for the first batch of operational Starlink satellites in a sign that the proposed internet satellite constellation has reached a major milestone, effectively transitioning from pure research and development to serious manufacturing.

R&D will continue as SpaceX Starlink engineers work to implement the true final design of the first several hundred or thousand spacecraft, but a significant amount of the team’s work will now be centered on producing as many Starlink satellites as possible, as quickly as possible. With anywhere from 4400 to nearly 12,000 satellites needed to complete the three major proposed phases of Starlink, SpaceX will have to build and launch more than 2200 satellites in the next five years, averaging 44 high-performance, low-cost spacecraft built and launched every month for the next 60 months.

A SHIFT IN THE STARS
Despite the major challenges ahead of SpaceX, things seem to be going quite smoothly with the current mix of manufacturing and development. As previously reported on Teslarati, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk forced the Starlink group through a painful reorganization in the summer of 2018, challenging the remaining leaders and their team to launch the first batch of operational Starlink satellites no later than June 2019. As a consequence, a sort of compromise had to be reached where one additional group of quasi-prototype satellites would be launched before settling on a truly final design for serious mass-production.

According to SpaceX filings with the FCC, the first group of operational satellites – potentially anywhere from 75 to 1000 or more – will rely on just one band (“Ku”) for communications instead of the nominal two (“Ku” and “Ka”), a change that SpaceX says will significantly simplify the first spacecraft. By simplifying them, SpaceX believes it can expedite Starlink’s initial deployment without losing a great deal of performance or interfering with constellations from competitors like OneWeb....

https://www.teslarati.com/spacex-starlin...unch-date/

Quote:The “band” in use refers to the radio frequencies used to and from the satellite:

L-band uses frequencies in the 1 to 2GHz range
Ku-band utilises approximately 12-18GHz, and
Ka-band services uses the 26.5-40GHz segment of the electromagnetic spectrum.

https://www.getconnected.aero/2017/09/lk...ites-mean/

Anybody know of a consumer grade RF meter that can detect 12-18GHZ death rays?

Mine only goes up to about 6Ghz.

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Luvapottamus
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04-17-2019 06:28 PM

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banana RE: Spacejunk's toxic Ku-zappers ready for deployment
What is the StarLink Corn Controversy and How Was Taco Bell Associated?

Starlink Corn is the brand name for Bt corn, a genetically modified yellow corn developed by Aventis Crop Science of the Research Triangle Park in North Carolina. The corn contains a gene that codes for a pesticide called Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt). This pesticide is used on crops of organic farmers. However, the modified corn has only been approved for use in animal feeds and nonfood industrial purposes, and not human foods.

The genes that make the Bt pesticide in StarLink corn code for the Cry9c variant of Bacillus thuringiensis. This is a protein that kills certain insects by eroding their guts, which leads to sepsis and, of course, the inability to digest food. One of the main targets of the modification was the European corn borer. StarLink corn was deemed not fit for human consumption because of the possibility of allergic reactions.

In October and September of 2000, newspapers reports surfaced that StarLink corn had found its way into Taco Bell brand taco shells that were sold in American grocery stores. Kraft foods, who sells the shells, initiated a voluntary recall of all Taco Bell Home Oringals taco shell products. This made it the first food ever recalled in the United States because of a genetically engineered ingredient....

https://culinarylore.com/food-science:st...ll-shells/

Toxic corn, now toxic internet.....

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Luvapottamus
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04-17-2019 06:33 PM

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RE: Spacejunk's toxic Ku-zappers ready for deployment
Quote:Somewhere along the line, SpaceX would iteratively improve each subsequent ‘generation’ of Starlink satellites until they reached the nominal performance characteristics outlined in the company’s original constellation application. Knowing SpaceX, improvements would continue for as long as lessons continued to be learned from operating hundreds and eventually thousands of orbital spacecraft.

As one concrete example, recent SpaceX FCC documents stated that the first 75 Starlink spacecraft would feature a less-optimized reentry design, meaning that a select few components will not entirely burn up during reentry, creating debris that poses a slight added risk in the eyes of regulatory bodies like the FCC. After those first 75 spacecraft are built and launched, SpaceX will introduce upgrades – already planned and designed – that will reduce the surviving reentry debris (and thus their risk to humans below) to zero.

https://www.teslarati.com/spacex-starlin...unch-date/

After the first 75 are deployed the risk of getting killed by falling debris plummets towards zero....

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04-17-2019 06:54 PM

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stars RE: Spacejunk's toxic Ku-zappers ready for deployment
Pros and Cons of Steel Roofing: Colors, Cost, and ROI in 2019

For many decades, composition shingle roofs have been the overwhelmingly popular choice for new roof installations and re-roofing applications.

However, thanks to the rapidly growing consumer awareness of all the benefits of modern metal roofing, many savvy home owners are now considering steel roofing as a better alternative to asphalt shingle roofs. Hence, it is hardly a surprise that metal has become the fastest growing segment of the residential roofing market.

WHY STEEL ROOFS?
Many homeowners concerned with aesthetic appeal are often positively impressed with the wide variety of contemporary styles, profiles, and vibrant colors available in modern steel roofing. Other benefits that help make steel roofs stand out among other roofing products, include low life-cycle cost, superior energy efficiency, and sustainability.....

https://www.roofcostestimator.com/steel-...ing-guide/

It's on my todo list.

Get them while supplies last.

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