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A new radar system will track 250,000 tiny pieces of space junk. It may help prevent snowballing collisions that could cut off our access to orbit.

Business Insider Tuesday, 15 October 2019
A new radar system will track 250,000 tiny pieces of space junk. It may help prevent snowballing collisions that could cut off our access to orbit.· A new radar array in New Zealand will track an estimated 250,000 tiny objects that orbit Earth at high speeds and could threaten satellites and astronauts.
· It will be the first commercial system to track bits of space debris smaller than 10 centimeters wide, and as small as 2 centimeters.
· Tracking these objects can...
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