So there’s this story today about a US satellite and a Russian Satellite colliding.
US and Russian officials yesterday confirmed that the satellites – an Iridium communications spacecraft and a Russian Kosmos-2251 military satellite – collided at about noon GMT on Tuesday. The first known example of a satellite collision in space occurred about 800km above Siberia in the lower earth atmosphere.
Now it’s since come out that the Russian Satellite had been decommissioned, but it gave me an idea for a story seed:
“The U.S. finds out that the Russians (who are starting … Continue reading