Why meteorites don't shoot down the satellites?
Answer from: Dmitry Gusarov:
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They get shot down from time to time, so, for example, in 2016, a meteorite hit Israel's AMOS-5 satellite from Spacecom and lost communication with it. A meteorite hit Israel's AMOS-5 satellite from Spacecom and communication with it was lost. This happens infrequently, because most meteorites pass at a fairly large distance from Earth and do not cross the orbits of the satellites.