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SpaceX Satellites: Mucking Up Space and Already Causing Health and Environmental Issues on Earth?

This article was originally published by B.N. Frank at Activist Post. 

Elon Musk’s SpaceX is one of many companies continuing to launch vehicles into the sky and space despite expert opposition (see 123456789, 10, 111213) and increasing safety risks which recently includes a Chinese rocket falling out of the sky AND a SpaceX starship exploding.

Not being discussed as much – how the Electromagnetic Frequencies (EMF) being emitted by satellites affect our health.  EMF exposure and health issues actually have a long history – even being used by the military for “mind control.”  At least that’s what was reported by CNN in 1985

So satellites and similar vehicles providing worldwide internet coverage may not be so sexy after all.  People are already reporting symptoms from recently launched satellites.  As more are introduced, human and environmental health issues are likely to increase and could be much more devastating.

Thanks to Arthur Firstenberg for documenting all of this in his June newsletter:

ON MAY 26, SPACEX FILED an application with the Federal Communications Commission for 30,000 “next-generation” (“Gen2”) satellites.They will orbit at between 328 km (203 miles) and 614 km (380 miles) in altitude. They will use frequencies from 10.7 GHz to 86 GHz. They will aim focused beams that will cover the Earth in a mosaic of overlapping cells, each cell being about 8 kilometers in diameter.

The databases filed with the FCC by SpaceX indicate that40,700 1-MHz channels are available to each satellite, and that a minimum of 7.8125 MHz of spectrum is needed for each user, if I am interpreting them correctly. Which means the Gen2 Starlink satellites could be capable of serving up to 150 million Internet users at the same time. This is not a good thing. In my last newsletter I requested to hear from people who have been having heart palpitations since April 22. With its launch of 60 more satellites on April 22, SpaceX brought the number of its “first generation”(“Gen1”) satellites up to 420, which is the number it had previously announced it needed for “minor”coverage of the mid-latitudes to about 56 degrees north and south. The responses to my request have come from far and wide, and I find them extremely disturbing.

Here are some of them:

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Activist Post reports regularly about unsafe technology.  For more information, visit their archives.

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SpaceX Satellites: Mucking Up Space and Already Causing Health and Environmental Issues on Earth?

This article was originally published by B.N. Frank at Activist Post. 

Elon Musk’s SpaceX is one of many companies continuing to launch vehicles into the sky and space despite expert opposition (see 123456789, 10, 111213) and increasing safety risks which recently includes a Chinese rocket falling out of the sky AND a SpaceX starship exploding.

Not being discussed as much – how the Electromagnetic Frequencies (EMF) being emitted by satellites affect our health.  EMF exposure and health issues actually have a long history – even being used by the military for “mind control.”  At least that’s what was reported by CNN in 1985

So satellites and similar vehicles providing worldwide internet coverage may not be so sexy after all.  People are already reporting symptoms from recently launched satellites.  As more are introduced, human and environmental health issues are likely to increase and could be much more devastating.

Thanks to Arthur Firstenberg for documenting all of this in his June newsletter:

ON MAY 26, SPACEX FILED an application with the Federal Communications Commission for 30,000 “next-generation” (“Gen2”) satellites.They will orbit at between 328 km (203 miles) and 614 km (380 miles) in altitude. They will use frequencies from 10.7 GHz to 86 GHz. They will aim focused beams that will cover the Earth in a mosaic of overlapping cells, each cell being about 8 kilometers in diameter.

The databases filed with the FCC by SpaceX indicate that40,700 1-MHz channels are available to each satellite, and that a minimum of 7.8125 MHz of spectrum is needed for each user, if I am interpreting them correctly. Which means the Gen2 Starlink satellites could be capable of serving up to 150 million Internet users at the same time. This is not a good thing. In my last newsletter I requested to hear from people who have been having heart palpitations since April 22. With its launch of 60 more satellites on April 22, SpaceX brought the number of its “first generation”(“Gen1”) satellites up to 420, which is the number it had previously announced it needed for “minor”coverage of the mid-latitudes to about 56 degrees north and south. The responses to my request have come from far and wide, and I find them extremely disturbing.

Here are some of them:

Read full report

Activist Post reports regularly about unsafe technology.  For more information, visit their archives.

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WATCH: SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launches, carries first NASA astronauts into space in 9 years

We have liftoff.

For the first time in nine years, NASA astronauts are in space. Thanks to the boost from the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, the astronauts left Earth on Saturday afternoon.

At 3:22 p.m. ET., the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket fired up its engines and blasted off from Cape Canaveral, Florida. NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley were nestled in SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule.

“Let’s light this candle,” Hurley said just before liftoff, an homage to Alan Shepard’s quote from America’s first human spaceflight in 1961. The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket blasted off from the same launch pad used by Apollo astronauts that went to the moon a half-century ago.

After streaking through the sky at a speed of 17,000 mph, the first-stage Falcon 9 rocket broke away from the Crew Dragon capsule.

The Falcon 9 rocket, which is made by Elon Musk’s SpaceX company, successfully touched down on a floating landing pad barge a few hundred miles off the Florida coast.

Then the second-stage rocket detached from the Crew Dragon capsule. The two astronauts are scheduled to float in orbit for the next 19 hours until they arrive at the International Space Station on Sunday, where they will stay for up to four months.

President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence watched the historic launch at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. This is the first-ever commercial manned mission to space.

The launch was originally scheduled for Wednesday afternoon, but it was canceled 17 minutes before liftoff because of inclement weather.

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Democratic Rep. Charlie Crist requested a proxy vote over health concerns — then he drove across the state to watch the SpaceX launch

If anyone was looking for a good example of how the House of Representatives’ new proxy voting system could be abused, Democratic Rep. Charlie Crist (Fla.) just provided a near perfect one.

What are the details?

Crist, as the new policy dictates, submitted a request for another member to vote on his behalf Wednesday, noting in a letter to the clerk’s office that he would be “unable to physically attend proceedings” due to “the ongoing public health emergency.”

Then the congressman, who represents Florida’s 13th Congressional District based in St. Petersburg on the state’s west coast, hopped in his car to drive across the state to the Kennedy Space Center to watch the historic SpaceX launch.

Sadly, the launch ended up being scrubbed for poor weather, meaning Crist wasn’t able to watch the launch while bailing on work.

In a tweet Wednesday announcing his planned attendance at the event, Crist made no mention of the fact that his proxy request was made due to the “ongoing health emergency.”

In fact, a statement included in the tweet stated: “Given his attendance at the launch, Congressman Crist will be voting by proxy in the House of Representatives this week.” (emphasis added)

Republicans warned this would happen

In a statement this week, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) called the new rule “a brazen violation of the Constitution” and “a dereliction of our duty as elected officials.”

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) added in a tweet that the rule is “unconstitutional” and said: “Let’s face it. You gotta show up for work.”

The Daily Wire reported that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) spoke out on the rule during a Senate floor speech last week, blasting Democrats for “playing games with the Constitution so they can continue their never ending spring break well into July.”

As of Thursday afternoon, 74 congressional members had submitted requests for proxy voters to the clerk’s office.

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LIVE VIDEO: SpaceX and NASA launch astronauts to space from US soil for the first time in nearly a decade

SpaceX and NASA are teaming up to make history today by launching astronauts into space from U.S. soil for the first time since 2011.

The SpaceX Demo-2 launch, scheduled for liftoff at 4:33 p.m. EDT from the Kennedy Space Center in Merritt Island, Florida, will also mark the first time that a privately developed spacecraft has sent humans into Earth’s orbit.

The mission will send two astronauts to the International Space Station in a Crew Dragon spacecraft atop a Falcon 9 rocket. The Crew Dragon is expected to dock to the space station at 11:29 a.m. EDT tomorrow.

If successful, the launch will be SpaceX’s first crewed mission to outer space in the company’s 18-year history.

On its website, SpaceX described the Demo-2 launch as “the final major test for SpaceX’s human spaceflight system to be certified by NASA for operational crew missions to and from the International Space Station.”

The flight will be piloted by astronauts Bob Behnken, 49, and Doug Hurley, 53, both of whom served as military test pilots before being selected to join NASA in the year 2000. The two are longtime friends who attended each others’ weddings, according to CNN.

In a news conference ahead of the launch, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk said “this is a dream come true” for him and everyone at SpaceX, and not something that he “ever thought would actually happen.”

President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence will be onsite at the Kennedy Space Center for the launch.

Watch the launch:


Making History: NASA and SpaceX Launch Astronauts to Space!

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