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#SpaceWatchME Interviews: Moriba Jah – Creating a Space Taxonomy for Space Situational Awareness

Our planet has a problem… or rather we have created a problem. The Earth’s orbital regimes are becoming increasingly populated with not only satellites but bits of debris of varying sizes: spent rocket stages, nuts, bolts, even fragments of paint and all of these objects pose a threat to operational spacecraft and the space environment.
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