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What would be the real-world implications of the Kessler Syndrome?

What would be the real-world implications of the Kessler Syndrome?

Grade:9

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Komal
askIITians Faculty 747 Points
5 years ago
if you read kessler explanation on website , he predicts that the dangerous region will be between 800 km and 1000 km. and that you do not deed a special event to start it. just continue to launch satellites.

and the iss is not so dangerous, because it is in low earth orbit, and the debris will quickly (a few years) fall down sue to atmospheric friction.

i do not think that the geosynchronous orbit is a big problem, because it is only the equator of a big sphere (36000 km radius).
sajid
615 Points
5 years ago
if you read kessler explanation on website , he predicts that the dangerous region will be between 800 km and 1000 km. and that you do not deed a special event to start it. just continue to launch satellites.and the iss is not so dangerous, because it is in low earth orbit, and the debris will quickly (a few years) fall down sue to atmospheric friction

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