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A Japanese Spacecraft Could Make Space A Little Cleaner

a japanese spacecraft could make space a little cleaner
Watch VideoHumans have really cluttered up the cosmos. It's estimated we've left behind over 100 million pieces of space junk since we first started exploring in 1957. But Japan wants to clean up..
Newsy

Japan just launched a space junk collecting tether

japan just launched a space junk collecting tether
There's a lot of junk in space, and now, there's a junk collector. Japan has sent a cargo ship to the International Space Station that has a "space junk" collector made in conjunction with a fishnet..
Digital Trends Also reported by •Deutsche WelleDNA

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News video: Japan Launches Experimental Satellite to Clean Up Space Junk

Japan Launches Experimental Satellite to Clean Up Space Junk 01:11

Space junk is becoming a big problem, but Japan's space agency thinks it has a solution.
Source: Newsy Studio -

News video: Japanese cargo ship blasts off for space station

Japanese cargo ship blasts off for space station 00:47

A Japanese resupply cargo ship launches from Tanegashima island in southern Japan, en route to the International Space Station. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Source: Rumble -

News video: Europe's future in space

Europe's future in space 08:30

Lucerne offered a scenic backdrop to ESA’s space summit – the crucial ministerial meeting held every two years when the agency’s 22 member states spend 48 hours debating one subject –..
Source: euronews (in English) -

News video: ‘Passengers’ Will Be Going to the ISS For Screening

‘Passengers’ Will Be Going to the ISS For Screening 00:45

It’s strange to think that while Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence will be trapped in deep space in the film Passengers, most of its audience will be people on Earth. Sony Pictures said that it’ll..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

News video: New Russian Space Suit Can Withstand Temperatures of -67 Fahrenheit

New Russian Space Suit Can Withstand Temperatures of -67 Fahrenheit 01:45

Check out Russia's new generation space suit, meant to protect cosmonauts and astronauts from the harsh realities of space travel. The Polar Bear freeze-proof space suit was designed to be worn just..
Source: Ruptly TV -

 

When John Glenn rode a missile into space, orbiting Earth was far from routine or safe

Most of the time, at least one American is orbiting Earth in the International Space Station. What seems so routine, if still risky, today was heroically dangerous in 1962, when John Glenn became the..
L.A. Times

Japan launches much-needed supplies to space station

A Japanese capsule blasted off with much-needed supplies for the International Space Station today, a week after a Russian shipment was destroyed shortly after liftoff. The Russian rocket accident and..
DNA Also reported by •All India RadioDeccan Herald

What is orbital debris, or space 'junk'?

Japan on Friday lauched Kounotori ('White Stork'), a space capsule that will carry supplies to the International Space Station, and experiment with an ingenious method to clean up space debris orbiting..
IndiaTimes

Blast-off for historic Aussie ISS mission

A ROCKET carrying experiments by Australians students has been sent to the International Space Station, thanks to two clever entrepreneurs.
Courier Mail Also reported by •Herald Sun

Japan launches Kounotori 6 cargo spaceship to ISS

Japan on Friday successfully launched a rocket carrying the unmanned cargo spaceship Kounotori 6 to deliver supplies for astronauts living in the International Space Station (ISS).  
Zee News

Cuberider sends Australia's first payload to the International Space Station

We have lift-off!
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Japan: Space Station Supplies Blast Off for Much-Needed Delivery

An International Space Station-bound capsule blasted off from Japan on Friday full of supplies in a much-needed delivery after last week's Russian shipment was destroyed after liftoff and one of NASA's..
Newsmax

National › Japan launches 'space junk' collector

Japan launched a cargo ship on Friday night bound for the International Space Station, carrying a "space junk" collector that was made with the help of a fishnet company. The vessel, dubbed "Kounotori"..
Japan Today

'Santa's sleigh' should be visible over Derby this Christmas -...

'santa's sleigh' should be visible over derby this christmas -...
If your kids are excited about the prospect of looking out for Santa this Christmas, there's some good news and some bad news. As you may know, the International Space Station - which orbits Earth at..
Derby Telegraph

Japan's blasts a giant 'fishing net' into space to clear up some of the 100 MILLION pieces of junk in Earth's orbit

japan's blasts a giant 'fishing net' into space to clear up some of the 100 million pieces of junk in earth's orbit
A rocket bound for the International Space Station carrying the net blasted off from the southern island of Tanegashima at around 10:30 pm local time (13:30 GMT).
MailOnline

Japanese cargo ship blasts off for space station

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (Reuters) - An unmanned H-2B rocket blasted off from Tanegashima island in southern Japan on Friday to send a cargo ship to the International Space Station, a NASA TV broadcast..
Reuters


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