Space storms are destroying Elon Musk's Starlink satellites, and the problem is set to grow worse.

Elon Musk, the founder of SpaceX, is still working to complete the construction of his convoluted Starlink satellite web organisation, but he has generally encountered some setbacks along the way.

According to Newsweek, 38 of Musk's Starlink satellites were destroyed back in February by a "obliteration incident." These occurrences are predicted to get worse over the next few years, peaking in 2025.

The financial cost was revealed by an assessment published in August by scientists in China and the United States: a significant sum of money. Whatever the situation, in the end,

For SpaceX, which has more than 3,000 Starlink satellites in orbit and wants to launch over 40,000 more, disaster was a minor hurdle.

However, the organisation can also expect similar challenges in the future due to the sun's velocity and the current space climate.

As it approaches the end of its 11-year solar cycle in late spring 2025, it heightens.