Space Junk

On October 4th 1957, the space age began when the Soviet Union successfully launched the first artificial satellite, Sputnik, into space. About 58 centimetres in diameter and weighing less than 90 kilograms, the achievement marked a world forever changed with new political, military, technological and scientific developments suddenly made possible. However, with this advancement came a new problem: Space junk.

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