Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Every Single Satellite

Of course, this is not to scale. As one person put it, the space being taken up by the satellites is really less than a crumb on a kitchen floor.

It is a good thing that they are crumb sized, considering that they are moving at 16,000 mph (25,750 kph).

You can see the satellites in orbit a bit more interactively over at Quartz.

The pedantic among us are sure to point out that there is one satellite missing:

Also, some might be looking for this:

But that's no moon.

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