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  • StarFlower
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    It sounds impractical and rather annoying, especially to anyone who is doing any astronomy. Not to mention, they say the material is supposed to be non-toxic and it's supposed to burn up in atmosphere (as opposed to hitting the earth), but how do we know it really will? I think we have enough near-misses from asteroids that we don't need to actually shoot pellets at our planet. Also, even if pellets don't hit the ground, what about international airplanes? What if some of these pellets hit the aircraft as they are burning up?

    The whole thing sounds like a bad idea.

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