China has complained to the UN that there is a risk of Elon Musk’s satellites colliding.

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China Musk to join UN

The Asian nation complained to the United Nations that its space station was forced to avoid two collisions. Satellites were launched For businessman billionaire Elon Musk’s Starling project.

This year the Chinese station held two “close encounters” with the Starling satellites, an Internet hosting company operated by SpaceX, also owned by Musk.

The incidents reported by Beijing to the United Nations (UN) space agency have not been independently verified.

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