A Closer Look At Trash In Space
With increasing activity in space, large amounts of man-made materials created by accidents or the breakup of rockets exist at altitudes of 240 miles to 480 miles. This debris, broken into tiny pieces less than four inches in size, is too small to detect through existing techniques, such as radar, yet large enough to punch holes through satellites, spacecraft, or spacewalking astronauts.
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