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Space junk map tracks 200 ‘ticking time bombs’ - BBC World Service

Thousands of human-made objects orbit earth and the majority of them no longer work. There’s a risk this space debris could collide with functioning satellites, which provide vital services like GPS and weather warnings.

To track and predict its behaviour, Prof Moriba Jah and his colleagues built AstriaGraph – a near real-time map of where each object is located in space. He explains that the system is monitoring around 200 ‘super-spreaders’ – large rocket bodies that have the potential to break into thousands of pieces.

ASTRIAGraph: Monitoring Global Traffic in Space!" by Moriba Jah - University of Texas at Austin

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Note how small the earth is compared to the absolute giant that gives us warmth and primarily influences our climate and temperatures, depending on how it spits out eruptions on its surface or how far away we are from it.

The Sun seen by the Solar Orbiter at closest approach (4K UHD)


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I agree. This is a part of rocketry that people seem to forget until something like this happens. It is inherently dangerous. I believe only one has perished, but as far as I am concerned he is is in the same league as those of Apollo 1, Challenger, Columbia, and the numerous Soviet Cosmonauts that have been lost in the pursuit of a greater good.

Those who dedicate their lives to this cause, regardless of the outcome, deserve our respect and recognition for their contribution to advancing our understanding of the cosmos.

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