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Space debris - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Space/orbital debris/junk/waste is the collection of defunct man-made objects in space – old satellites, spent rocket stages, and fragments from disintegration ...

Space Junk: Tracking & Removing Orbital Debris

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Although outer space is often imagined to be a desolate, empty place, the region around Earth swarms with millions pieces of man-made debris that create potential ...

Space Debris and Human Spacecraft | NASA

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More than 500,000 pieces of debris, or “space junk,” are tracked as they orbit the Earth.

NASA Orbital Debris Program Office

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The NASA Orbital Debris Program Office is located at the Johnson Space Center and is the lead NASA center for orbital debris research.

About space debris / Space Debris / Operations / Our ...

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Satellites in orbit around Earth are used in many areas and disciplines, including space science, Earth observation, meteorology, climate research, telecommunication ...

Worst Space Debris Events of All Time

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The space around Earth is a crowded space packed with nearly 22,000 spent rocket stages, dead or dying satellites and countless crumbs of human-made orbital flotsam.

Space Debris - huffingtonpost.com

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Ecuador's first and only satellite collided with a Russian rocket fragment last week, reigniting the debate over the need for an international organization ...

Space Debris : Image of the Day - NASA Earth Observatory

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Orbital debris, or “space junk,” is any man-made object in orbit around the Earth that no longer serves a useful purpose. Space junk can be bad news for an ...

Space Debris / Operations / Our Activities / ESA

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Technology image of the week: How hypervelocity space debris would tear through the Kevlar-Nextel fabric protecting ESA's ATV space freighter

Space Debris - NASA

www.hq.nasa.gov/office/hqlibrary/pathfinders/debris.htm

A bibliography on space debris, also called orbital debris, covering reports, articles, and internet sites compiled by the NASA Headquarters Library