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The Economist

How to collect space junk
The Economist
Six decades of space launches have littered Earth orbits with derelict satellites, rocket parts and other scrap. More than 750,000 pieces are at least a centimetre wide—enough to shatter a satellite. Even flecks of paint, of which there are millions ...

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11 moments from the International Space Station's first 20 years
The space station was originally going to be a U.S. effort, but soon became a collaboration with Canada, Japan and Europe, excluding the then-USSR. American-Russian relations were strained then, as you may remember, and although many in the space ...
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