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Questions about debris in space, often in Earth orbit. Usually referring to nonoperational man-made satellites or parts of satellites.

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It is well known that micro meteorites, space junk, and other small objects can put a dent (Or rip through) in a spacecraft quite effectively. How can I protect people, sensitive electronics, and othe …
asked Jul 18 '13 by PearsonArtPhoto
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In the SES launch on March 4, 2016, when the satellite deployed, there was quite a bit of junk that was released when the satellite was released. What was that?
asked Mar 5 '16 by PearsonArtPhoto
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The previous launch of the Falcon 9 included a number of mysterious objects. Has there been any indication that the recent SES launch produced similar objects?
asked Dec 5 '13 by PearsonArtPhoto
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The United States shot down a satellite (USA-193) in low Earth orbit, with Hydrazine on board, to prevent a toxic disaster. They did it at low altitude to prevent long lived debris. Was such a technique effective? …
asked Apr 28 '14 by PearsonArtPhoto
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There are 20 objects in orbit associated with the Falcon 9 v 1.1 launch. So far only 1 has been identified. 5 were payloads of the launch, plus the booster and some debris. Bottom line, 11 objects were expected, and 9 are unexpected. What are the other objects? …
asked Oct 10 '13 by PearsonArtPhoto