Is there any danger of a shooting star particle colliding other objects in space (i.e. satellites or debris) and creating more debris?
No; We are working with relevant organizations for ensureing space safety.
Joint Space Operations Center (JSpOC), operated by US Strategic Command's Joint Functional Component Command for Space, provides a database which tracks all satellites and debris in space. Based on this database, we have developed a software that calculates the probability of our particles colliding with other objects. The particles will not be discharged unless safety is confirmed. In a rare case that there remains a question in safety based on the simulation, we will abort the discharge to prevent a possible disaster.