The picture says it all. Imagine our pretty blue planet encrusted with a garbage belt. Perhaps one day we’ll have rings the size of Saturn’s, though still just garbage. This is the sort of thing, I believe, that will continue to be a major hurdle for commercial space programs. Sure, NASA can watch the orbital debris, but does everyone else have the funding/ability to monitor this? Can you imagine a pileup of space craft end-to-end because some idiot up front wasn’t watching his mirrors?
The incident at hand involves some Chinese hardware and American hardware that collided back in January several hundred miles above the atmosphere. The American rocket component was apparently from 1974. What a beater!
Dang man. That’s pretty crazy.Sorry about your car but from the outside in it’s kinda funny.Glad you’re okay though.Anyways I guess you’ve heard from Fox that I live in the Atl. now. I abslutely love it. I’m just down the road from Phoenix and dragon.Today I got a job at Einstien Bagel Co. I’m excited.When I get a car in about 6 months or so I’ll start coming up to see ya’ll often if you’re interested. Anyways- I know this is your blog ut I’ve only actually talked to you on the phone once so I guess this is the esiest way to build a friendship with you as a person and not just Fox’s man.Hope all is well. Love and light my friend…Blessed be! -Jon