Swiss company to launch cleanup operation to clean up space debris

London, 8 December 2020, Monday

A Swiss company will launch a space mission for the first time. According to the European Space Agency, an agreement of 25 million euros has been signed with representatives of the Swiss company. The company, called Killerspace, hopes to send a special satellite by 205 to collect debris and debris orbiting Earth. Currently, satellite and space exploration waste floats around the earth in the form of millions of pieces.

These pieces do not rise or fall above Earth’s orbit, they simply wander like a triangle. According to one study, the number of garbage with a length of 1-10 cm is about 3 lakh. Debris is also likely to damage satellites sent for various operations and the International Space Station. Due to human intervention the earth is abysmal and now the sky is not free from pollution. Since there is no atmosphere in space, there is no process taking place on earth, so the waste remains in its original form. There is no possibility that it will be eliminated automatically.

It is therefore also necessary to get rid of it thanks to human efforts, scientists from countries such as Japan, America and their space agencies are trying to reduce space waste but have not had the expected success. Today the European Space Agency has also decided to launch a space mission. In this regard, the founder and CEO of Clear Space estimates that as space pollution continues to increase, hundreds of countries will launch thousands of satellites into space. So even in space, you will see a host of satellites.

Waste and life-threatening satellites cannot be brought to Earth, so they also generate waste. Objects used by astronauts on space missions also float in space. The first space clearance mission, Killer Space-1, will begin with a piece of junk weighing 114 kg in space called the Vespa. Upon arrival, Killer Space-1 will drag Earth into orbit and burn as it enters the atmosphere.

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