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Source: ANFR https://www.anfr.fr/toutes-les-actualites/actualites/dingenuity-a-thomas-pesquet-quelles-frequences-sont-utilisees-depuis-lespace/ Auto-translated from French 05/12/2021 In recent weeks, the conquest of space has occupied the news a lot with the success of the flight of the first drone on Mars, Ingenuity and the arrival of the French astronaut Thomas Pesquet in the international space station where he will stay 6 months. This media interest...
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Source: https://spacenews.com/upper-stages-top-list-of-most-dangerous-space-debris/ by Jeff Foust — October 13, 2020 WASHINGTON — While launch providers are doing a better job at disposing of upper stages left behind in orbit, rocket bodies still constitute the most dangerous pieces of orbital debris. The European Space Agency released Oct. 12 its annual Space Environment Report, the agency’s assessment of orbital debris. The report...
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