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  1. Well, not only they think so. Plenty of other space companies and startups around the world are looking to solve this problem as well. Moreover, some companies were created solely to develop methods to get rid of space debris. For example, there is such a device: https://www.skyrora.com/space-tug I am rather interested in how the use of such devices can be permitted. After all, if it can change the trajectory of a satellite or remove it from orbit, then it can also remove a competitor's satellite or another country's satellite from orbit? How can this be resolved under the outer space treaty
  2. This year, not every month, but every week there are launches. Horizontal launches have already become real. Moreover, horizontal launches will now also be possible with the world's largest drone. The indirect benefits of space development have long been known. And it seems that medicine very often benefits from this. Many tools and technologies would have to wait much longer without the influence of the space industry. But it seems to me that now the space industry is (if you compare) at the level of development of the auto industry 50 years ago.
  3. Kessler's Syndrome. Is this a contrived problem or a real one? Quite interesting renders are given by search engines for this request. New devices are being created to solve this problem. Space tugs, etc. Do you think people will have time to solve this problem before it becomes like on renders?
  4. Thanks for your reply. Unfortunately, I have to agree with you. Private companies will certainly not share the location of anything of value. At least, if they have any hope of creating an efficient extraction method. But romanticism will be preserved for some time. Until a certain point that you have already described. However, research missions to Mars as part of government projects are still being planned. Although I do not quite understand what the practical benefit is. But this gives some hope ... Maybe this is the meaning of these missions. Mission Artemis is closer in t
  5. This year, Preservance will land on Mars. Centennial spaceship. Have you heard about this? The project of the irrevocable direction of people to Mars with the aim of colonizing the planet. The project has been developed since 2010 by the Ames Research Center - one of the main scientific laboratories of NASA. The main idea of the project is to send people to Mars irrevocably. This will lead to a significant reduction in the cost of the flight, it will be possible to take more cargo and people. The first Mars planes are planned to be sent to the red planet in 2030. A team of scientists or
  6. I really liked this show. He gives some ambiguously curious emotions. And all those ships ... that were there before, but with this show, they make me think about other things. Maybe it's because I got older. Or maybe that the space age began in real life. But now I am very interested in how the ships that can travel to other planets will actually look like. (just don't say it will be like SN9)
  7. Great! There will be new materials very soon. Just 3 weeks before the landing of Preservance on Mars. Ingenuity and Preservance are an interesting couple. Maybe we'll get something new. Maybe some samples? What do you expect from this mission?
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