Switzerland to Launch 'Janitor' Satellite to Collect 370,000 Pieces of Space Junk From Earth's Orbit
Space junk is an ongoing problem for the world’s space administrations as decades worth of satellite launches and space missions have filled the Earth’s orbit with trash such as fuel tanks, lost tools and parts of derelict satellites. In order to combat this growing hazard and to avoid potentially devastating collisions, the Swiss Space Center at EPFL has launched CleanSpace One, a project to develop and build the first installment of satellites designed specifically to clean up space debris.
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Janitor Satellite to Collect space debris
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