Tuesday , June 18 2024

Japan made stick satellite, will study environment and others

Japan, famous for its technology, has once again achieved a new feat. Japan has developed the world's first satellite made of wood. Japan has prepared to launch this satellite in the summer season. It has been named Ligroset. Ligroset is made using a special wood, magnolia. An experiment has been done with this stick on the International Space Station. Meanwhile it was discovered that it does not crack. And can remain stable in space. Now space agency NASA will help Japan in launching this satellite.

Where was ligroseate developed?

Scientists from Japan's Kyoto University and logging company Sumitomo Forestry have developed Ligroset. Through this satellite, efforts are being made to find out how biodegradable materials can be used in space. This experiment will reveal whether sky sticks or other such biodegradable materials are effective or not.

Non-biodegradable debris is increasing in space

As the field of science is progressing. Non-biodegradable debris is increasing in space. These include debris from the International Space Station, destroyed satellites, rocket metals and other debris. This causes great harm to the space ecosystem. Keeping this in mind, Kyoto University has worked on this new invention in research.

Recently scientists have warned

It is noteworthy that recently a Japanese astronaut and an engineer from Kyoto University had warned about the materials used in space missions. He said that all satellites entering the Earth's atmosphere become armed and the small aluminum particles released from them remain floating in the Earth's atmosphere for many years. This affects the earth's environment.

Why does Japan's Ligrosat mission matter?

Japan's mission to send satellites made of sticks into space is very important for the environment. It is made of biodegradable material. This will not cause any harm to the environment. It is said that non-biodegradable materials will be completely eliminated within the next two thousand years. In such a situation, it is expected that even after the end of these things, space sector research will continue.

What are the disadvantages of using aluminum in satellites?

Recently, researchers at the University of British Columbia, Canada, warned about the use of aluminum in satellites. Scientists said that aluminum used in satellites causes serious damage to the Earth's ozone layer. The ozone layer prevents the sun's ultraviolet rays from reaching the Earth. If it gets damaged it has a huge impact on the Earth's atmosphere.