Latest News About Space Junk and Orbital Debris Archive
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16 August 2006, 11:42 AM ET
Following a recent demonstration of a 10-dish element of the Allen Telescope Array (ATA), the United States Navy has signed off on a $1.5 million agreement to use the array along with another 10-dish installation to be developed in the near future.
04 August 2006, 10:30 AM ET
During more than seven years of operations by the International Space Station (ISS), approximately three dozen pieces of debris were released and subsequently cataloged by the U.S. Space Surveillance Network (SSN).
14 July 2006, 06:30 AM ET
HOUSTON – Astronauts aboard NASA’s space shuttle Discovery will begin a final inspection of their spacecraft’s wings today in a first-ever hunt for any signs of impact from miniscule space rocks.
23 May 2005, 06:24 AM ET
In an unusual act of generosity, the Soviet space program has been showering valuable metal scraps on the villages surrounding the Plesetsk Cosmodrome for more than forty years.
13 September 2004, 07:00 AM ET
A report from the U.S. Defense Department says tests of space-based missile interceptors that could take place beginning in 2012 will create debris that could threaten the international space station, space shuttles and satellites in low Earth orbit.
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