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NZ radar could reveal possible space junk collision

New Zealand Herald Wednesday, 14 October 2020 ()
NZ radar could reveal possible space junk collisionA New Zealand-based radar will tell scientists whether two pieces of space junk - together weighing 2.8 tonnes - will collide or narrowly miss each other over Antarctica tomorrow.LeoLabs, a company that tracks space junk, is warning...
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