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Two old satellites could collide over US, space debris tracker warns


Two old satellites could collide over US, space debris tracker warns Two satellites could potentially collide just above Pittsburgh on Wednesday, according to space debris tracker LeoLabs. IRAS (13777), a decommissioned space telescope launched in 1983, and GGSE-4 (2828), an experimental US payload launched in 1967, will pass incredibly close to each other at a relative velocity of 14.7 km/s, LeoLabs said in a tweet Monday.   More



(Source: CNET - Jan 28)

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