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'Mega-constellations' could cause crashes

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So it will be like "rush hour" in any large city.  It will make it tricky to launch probes to other planets and other objects in space.

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A plasma bomb should help vaporize some of those debris clouds.

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As a species, we just don't seem to learn.

Every day we amaze and astound with new breakthroughs in science and technology, while simultaneously forgetting the basics.

We've surely made enough mistakes terrestrially to see the impending problems with space debris, or so you would think... :rolleyes:

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How about using a couple of crarft to drag a trawling net to scoop up the expired satalites, I'm sure that there must be some astro-physicists who can work out the best navigation course, after all its not brain surgery! Once debris has been collected drag it too a lunar recycling plant where the reclaimed materials and fuel could be repurposed for a future moon base or interplanetary missions

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or in the least collect it together, keyword keyset TOGETHER, figure out movement trans later, should have been done already but we are humans after all , check parks track record among many fun tries of play.

 

re / Re / RE:

12 minutes ago, EBE Hybrid said:

scoop up the expired satalites

re actually does not mean regards or even regarding, but does have meaning regarding
the following:
closely related and/or referenced to a Latin word (the nominative is res), meaning "in the matter of"

And in closing with a lawyer boss/friend's lexicon/vocab:

BOTTOM LINE:
    As being paramount to most legal discussions,
the Bottom Line is that our agreements are met and found fully justified with in reason -- well,
after all is said and done and in no sound conscience am I even closely relating meaning to
the word, patronizing.

YEY!  . . .  well he never issued a yey! in closing arguments.

Edited by MWoo7

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