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ISS to change orbit

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The Russian space programme's Mission Control Center says it will move the International Space Station into a different orbit to avoid possible collision with a fragment of debris.

Mission Control Center spokeswoman Nadyezhda Zavyalova said the Russian Zvevda module will fire booster rockets to carry out the operation Thursday at 07:22am. Moscow time (0322 GMT).

The space station performs evasive manoeuvres when the likelihood of a collision exceeds one in 10,000.

http://www.telegraph...ith-debris.html

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Islands of plastic in the oceans, Islands of metal debris in space.....Woodsy Owl help us

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Haha! Woodsy has demonstrated time and time again he doesn't help with trash at all, rather he triggers off psychological conditions such as hording (due to molestation of the victims/patients when they are children).

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Yes , that`s the way to do it . Dump rubbish . Move on . Dump some more......

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maybe they should have orbiting solar powered electromagnetic structures.

Sounds outlandish I know but maybe it would clear the smaller pieces of debris.....

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Soon there will be no safe orbits. Only imminent destruction. Objects will have to skip around orbits like mad!

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