Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Plans to clean up space debris underway
As space experts are meeting to try to solve the growing problem of space junk, British scientists h...
NASA to clear space junk with gas puffs
NASA hopes to sweep away more than half a million pieces of space junk, adrift in the skies, with a ...
Space junk misses station astronauts
The debris came closest at 2:38 a.m. EDT.
ISS moves up and out of way of debris
The International Space Station has moved up and out of the way of a softball-sized piece of space j...
Russian spacecraft to crash to Earth Jan 15
A Russian spacecraft designed to burnish the nation`s faded space glory in a mission to one of Mars`...
ISS avoids collision with space junk
The Russian Mission Control has carried out an emergency adjustment of the International Space Stati...
Space junk littering orbit; might need cleaning up
Space junk has made such a mess of Earth`s orbit that experts say we may need to finally think about...
Stars to help track space junk
Optical techniques developed to observe and position GEO satellites using telescopes.
Lasers could zap space junk
NASA has proposed using a low-powered, ground-based laser to avoid collisions among space debris.
Space junk as dangerous as weapons: Scientists
Space debris are equally dangerous as the weapons, warn scientists.
Australian laser system to track space junk
There are an estimated 2 lakh objects measuring less than one centimetre floating in orbit.
Space junk may crash earth`s communication networks
Junk of abandoned rockets, shattered satellites and missile shrapnel in space may cause collision be...
Shuttle survey stalled as NASA watches space junk
Astronauts on Atlantis are struggling with a camera-pointing problem as they speed toward ISS.
Soon, laser ``tractor beams`` to clear up space junk
Now a tractor beam could prevent the accumulation of space debris—including all the dead satellites,...
Space junk storm will up mission costs: Experts
A growing storm of debris flying around in space is dramatically raising risk of orbital crashes.
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