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Orbital debris, trapped in the Earth's gravity, presents a real and growing threat to human activity in space. This essay investigates the technical and legal environments within which the problem exists, questioning the available technical remedies and the applicability of space law to the...
One part of the massive US intelligence effort to learn about Soviet missile and space programs during the Cold War was acquiring and analyzing Soviet space debris that had returned to Earth. Equally important was retrieving US fragments that had landed in foreign nations to prevent the Soviets...
During the last few decades, space has gained considerable importance in many facets of military operations. China has always believed proficiency in space technologies to be an essential ingredient of its overall national strength. Since its beginning, the Chinese space programme has had a...
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