Starlink and NASA are signing an agreement to ensure satellites do not collide

NASA and SpaceX have signed a special information sharing agreement to ensure that Stalink satellites do not collide with other objects orbiting the Earth’s orbit.

The 13-page agreement replaces the standard Conformity Assessment (CA) process and allows for deeper collaboration between the National Aeronautics Administration and Space and SpaceX. It is a non-repayment agreement, meaning it is designed to be mutually beneficial and not for profit.