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ISS Gets New Impact Sensor to Gather Data on Space Debris

The space around Earth is home to many years worth of abandoned satellites, rocket boosters, and other bits of debris flying around at incredible speeds. The post ISS Gets New Impact Sensor to Gather Data on Space Debris appeared first on ExtremeTech.
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