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Mar 31st, 2020 by Dallas Kasaboski

SSA: Satellite “Social” Distancing

In January, two satellites nearly collided over Pittsburgh. Traveling over 32,000 miles per hour, the decommissioned satellites missed each other by only 100 feet. The same thing happened in early March, and last September. Near-misses are nothing new, but with over 8,000 smallsats to be launched in the next decade, [...]

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