The right equipment and a well planned strategy might be the only things that save us. The Space Waste Solar Incineration System (Patent Pending) offers a unique solution to the growing space waste problem as well as provides the capability to protect us from orbiting dangers–both seen and intentionally unseen. As the number of man-made objects in orbit classified as space junk, debris or trash continues to increase, an efficient, cost-effective solution is needed to solve this growing problem.
So, why should we be concerned about space waste as a threat? And how can the Solar Incineration System (Patent Pending) be the secret weapon needed to protect us from man-made threats?
As terrorist organizations become increasingly more sophisticated, the potential for hacking into some of our in-operative technology currently floating in space is a real threat. The possibility of enemies or rogue states being able to reactivate decommissioned satellites, used rocket boosters, or other non-functioning technology must be considered and taken seriously. We cannot ignore this threat by leaving this space waste floating around and potentially falling into the wrong hands causing major security issues. The Solar Space Waste Incineration System would be able to destroy space waste by capturing the piece of debris and propelling the device and its cargo to the sun’s orbit for incineration, ensuring it is never used again.
Another problem with the amount of space waste in orbit is the damage the debris causes to our current satellites and the International Space Station. According to The Washington Post,
NASA currently tracks more than 21,000 man-made objects in orbit larger than 10 centimeters, but there are also hundreds of thousands of smaller pieces circling the Earth that are harder to detect. Many of them are moving at extremely high speeds, some as fast as 22,000 mph.
That trash is starting to become a hassle. Now and again, satellites have to adjust their orbits to steer clear of passing debris. Astronauts working on the International Space Station occasionally have to scramble into their Soyuz escape capsule when metal shards fly near, just in case a piece hits the station. ‘A 10-centimeter sphere of aluminum would be like 7 kilograms of TNT,’ one NASA scientist explained. ‘It would blow everything to smithereens.’
We cannot ignore these growing obstacles and the challenges they produce for our security as well as for future space ventures and projects.
The small size and relatively low cost of the Solar Incineration System offers advantages that will begin a paradigm shift in our national defense space war efforts. Anti-satellite weapons have been used since the 1950s to incapacitate or destroy satellites for strategic military purposes. This has primarily consisted of launching missiles to take out enemy satellites and interfere with communication systems. The high cost and poor accuracy of these projects have limited their use, but smaller and more efficient tools could be the answer.
While the national defense modification of the patent pending Solar Incineration System is proprietary and confidential, we know this is a game changer. We’ve developed a way to use third party equipment that is already in space for military advantage and superiority in war efforts. This secret device is built to improve national defense and revolutionize the space war.
Space Waste Solutions is working with industry leaders in the waste management and recycling industries to come up with solutions to the growing problem of space waste. The challenges of removing man-made trash from space require a creative approach coupled with years of industry experience to lead the way in cleaning up orbital debris. The national defense modification of the Solar Incineration System will prove to be a game changer in war and all matters of national defense. The unique ability of the Solar Incineration System to address security issues, debris collisions, and improve national defense provides a revolutionary new approach to the growing space waste problem.
Contact us for information on how our proprietary Solar Incineration System will radically change national defense in space and the handling of all Space Waste.