According to a new FAA analysis, a falling satellite may kill or harm someone every other year.

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The FAA-commissioned research argues that if SpaceX launches satellites as planned, 

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By 2035, 28,000 satellite debris will enter the atmosphere annually.

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The probability that satellite debris will not totally burn and injure or kill earth dwellers is 0.6 every year.

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We can say that it will happen every two years.

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Due to the increased launches needed to deploy and support huge Low Earth Orbit (LEO) constellations

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The research also warned that satellite debris might harm aircraft. By 2035

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The annual likelihood of satellite debris downing an airplane is 0.0007.

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The tempo of these launches could cause space and earth collisions, say experts.

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Falling space debris poses concerns, but the paper believes more regulation could lessen them.

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