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Two satellites set for close shave over US city of Pittsburgh

BBC News Wednesday, 29 January 2020
Experts say a collision could create dangerous debris field that could damage other satellites.
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Two decommissioned satellites are headed for a close encounter on January 29th over Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. While not a threat to us on Earth, it increases the risk of debris hitting important satellites and crewed crafts.

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