370,000 Pieces of Junk in Space

Junk-in-spaceWe are told that there are from 22,000 to 370,000 pieces of debris surround earth. The Daily Mail, and English newspaper reported 22,000 pieces and they are also traveling at 22,000mph. Oh really? What a coincidence! What are the chances of these two number matching up?

Some other thoughts are:

Why the disparity so great?

Who counted the pieces of junk?

Why aren’t satellites being destroyed by them?

The “picture” above of the “space junk” was taken by Michael Najjar. How was this taken? By what satellite? How can such small pieces show up in film? How can they show up without streaks of light?

If all of this is true, satellites would be hit by these pieces. Even one travling at 22,000 would about 22 plus times faster than a bullet. Why aren’t astronauts and cosmonauts afraid to be in space? Surely, someone satellites should have been hit by the debris; surely some debris would have hit the space station. But no, there is not talk of this and no accidents. The reason why there are no accidents is because there are no satellites!

This “picture” of the space junk looks like it could have been done by hand. Heck, you don’t need a computer to do it; all you need is some white and black pain and a piece of canvas.

Now, how do you like giving NASA 17 billion dollars a year?

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