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Scientists Impaled Space Junk With a Harpoon, Here’s Why That Matters
Space junk threatens to entomb Earth in an artificial bubble, but promising solutions for cleaning up our trash are on the horizon. Watch More Space Crafts! | https://bit.ly/2GqH0aO Read More:
The Space Junk Problem Is About To Get A Whole Lot Gnarlier
“Space junk is the colloquial name for orbital bits that do nothing useful: spent rockets, fragments splayed by collisions and degradation, old satellites no one cares about anymore. In total, they amount to millions of pieces of debris, many of which are large enough to seriously ding satellites and the International Space Station.” The quest to conquer Earth’s space junk problem
“Zombie satellites, rocket shards and collision debris are creating major traffic risks in orbits around the planet.” A satellite with a harpoon, net and drag sail to capture space junk is in orbit and will be tested soon
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NASA's Space Debris Problem. (And how to solve it)
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What is RemoveDEBRIS mission and how it operates?
The RemoveDEBRIS mission will perform a number of active space debris removal technology demonstrations, testing novel technologies, representative of an operational scenario during a low-cost mission.
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This Satellite Net Is Cleaning Up Space Junk
Space junk is increasingly becoming a big problem for the future of spaceflight, but RemoveDEBRIS is trying to come up with a solution. During a cleanup test that took place in September, the project, led by the University of Surrey, successfully deployed a net which captured a piece of debris that was orbiting around Earth. ► Subscribe for more tech & culture videos: http://on.mash.to/subscribe ◄
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Space Junk: It's Much Worse Than You Think | Answers With Joe
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Space Debris: How much junk is in Space? - BBC What's New?
We've all heard about how important it is to not litter and to recycle our waste at home. Now there are concerns about the amount of rubbish floating around in Space! We rely on satellites for things like mobile phones, TV and GPS, but as more of them are launched the risk of space debris increases. Now, scientists at the Surrey Space Centre in the UK have invented a new way of cleaning it up.
A net successfully captured space junk
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How do you clean up space junk? | Newsround
Check out this satellite that can clean up space rubbish from Earth's orbit It's not just here on planet earth that litter is a problem. So experts have fired a huge net into space as part of a plan to clean up the millions of pieces of rubbish floating around in the Earth's orbit. It was fired by a satellite called RemoveDEBRIS which will also try to use a harpoon - which is like a huge spear - to grab space junk. Pictures from BBC/NASA/ESA/Oleg Artemyev/ISS To be informed and to get more news relevant to you visit - https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround
Satellite launches net to clean up 'space junk' for the first time | ITV News
A British-designed satellite has tested technology for salvaging space junk for the first time. Remove debris, built to clean up thousands of potentially dangerous pieces of trash orbiting the Earth, deployed its net as part of a practice experiment in space on Sunday. The 220lb spacecraft, equipped with a net and harpoon, was designed and built by a consortium led by the University of Surrey and funded by the European Commission. • Subscribe to ITV News on YouTube: http://bit.ly/2lOHmNj
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Satellite grabs 'space junk' for first time
Footage shows the first successful test of the 'RemoveDebris' satellite, which fires a net to snare and remove hazardous 'space junk'. Report by Ferdia Carr.
Making money from space junk - TMRO:Space Orbit 11.36
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Why These Lasers Are Too Powerful to Use in Space
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NASA Studies Laser for Removing Space Junk
“Kessler pointed out that when the rate at which debris forms is faster than the rate at which it de-orbits, then the Earth would become surrounded by permanent belts of junk, a scenario now known as the Kessler syndrome.” Trash-Blasting Lasers Could Help Clean Up Space Junk, China Says
“China's willingness to experiment with rapid debris removal is appropriate considering that the country is considered one of the worst offenders when it comes to space junk, Universe Today reported. In 2007, a Chinese anti-satellite missile test was responsible for what is considered the most severe fragmentation of space junk in history.” China has a plan to clean up space junk with lasers
“For the sake of their study, the team conducted numerical simulations to see if an orbital station with a high-powered pulsed laser could make a dent in orbital debris. Based on their assessments of the velocity and trajectories of space junk, they found that an orbiting laser that had the same right ascension of ascending node (RAAN) as the debris itself would be effective at removing it.“ ____________________ Seeker explains every aspect of our world through a lens of science, inspiring a new generation of curious minds who want to know how today’s discoveries in science, math, engineering and technology are impacting our lives, and shaping our future. Our stories parse meaning from the noise in a world of rapidly changing information. Visit the Seeker website
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Space Debris Capture Tech Launched to Space Station
The University of Surrey's RemoveDebris mission was launched aboard SpaceX's CRS-14 mission on April 2, 2018. Later this year it will be deployed and will test net, harpoon and drag sail technology to tackle Earth's space debris dilemma. -- Full Story: https://www.space.com/40221-space-junk-debris-sweeper-experiment.html Credit: Space.com / animations courtesy Surrey Space Centre, University of Surrey / produced and edited by Steve Spaleta http://www.twitter.com/stevespaleta
Space debris - efforts to clean up space
The European Space Agency (ESA) is part of an international effort to monitor and – ultimately – tackle space debris. This junk – accumulated in orbit since the dawn of the space age sixty years ago – poses an increasing risk to operational spacecraft. ESA is developing missions to tackle the problem to help prevent a serious collision in space. The Agency is also monitoring possible dangers caused by fragments of redundant spacecraft falling to Earth, such as China’s space station Tiangong-1 – due to enter the atmosphere in the coming months. Visit our Clean Space site to learn more: http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Space_Engineering_Technology/Clean_Space