IoT Telescopes Scanning
For Russian And Chinese
Mystery Objects In Outer
Helium Axxent has released a potentially controversial article, "Helium Network Tracking
Space Junk With IoT Telescopes," documenting how near-earth space junk, debris and
pollution will soon be identified and tracked, even those objects belonging to image-
conscious, camera-shy Russian, Chinese
The 470 word article examines how
the Helium blockchain is enabling
startup Exclosure to track
unidentified Russian and Chinese
near-earth space objects.
The article provides another example use-case for the radio-
frequency decentralized peer-to-peer Helium IoT-connectivity
As documented in the article, the
stated goal of Exclosure is
"Capturing data on space objects
establishing who owns what, and where it is in space." Whether or not
Exclosure will receive directions or warnings about not identifying or
tracking spy satellites of foreign or domestic governments is not clear.
Regarding Helium Axxent's
article, analyst Rickey Williams
says "Of course Helium Axxent
never sets out to intentionally
The aim of our articles is first and foremost to provide insights into
the extraordinary use cases of the Helium Project and Helium
For these insights to mean
anything we lose credibility if we
shy away from potentially
Although our"Helium Network Tracking Space Junk With IoT Telescopes"
article might not pass censorship reviews by Russian, Chinese and other
governments wanting to keep their near-earth outer space activities secret, our
duty is to our readers.
We believe it's more important to
describe how the Helium Project
can provide value to society,
than to please everyone.
" Since 2021, Helium Axxent has provided in-depth articles on the progress of
Helium as it uses blockchain technology and cryptocurrency to build out a
global Internet-of-Things connectivity network market.
Helium Axxent does not and
will not provide investment
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