ESA commissions world’s first space debris removal to launch in 2025.
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Almost 20,000 pieces of space debris are currently orbiting the Earth. This visualisation, shows how the amount increased from 1957 to our days…
Researchers came across this beautiful little octopus, that was found among the debris.
In the video highlights from the first part of the Remove Debris mission, including the first footage of the Net experiment successfully capturing the deployed
Scientists in China planning to destroy space debris with an orbit-based laser station.
Space junk: The pollution problem (a new one) of tomorrow. Here’s everything you need to know, in this infographic…
Trash-collecting spacecraft will spread giant nets to grab space junk.
The Bigelow Expandable Activity Module, or BEAM, attached to the International Space Station early on April 16, 2016.
Spectacular breakup of WT1190F spacecraft re-entries, as seen by Airborne Astronomers that studied the approximately 1-meter piece of space debris, near Sri Lanka, over the Indian Ocean,
Construction started on the new Lockheed Martin’s Space Fence radar system, for tracking objects in orbit, commercial and military satellites and debris from collisions.