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There are legal hurdles to cleaning up space debris. Under the 1967 Outer Space Treaty, any spacecraft launched by a nation remains its property even decades after it stopped working. Credit: NASA
Arabsat 6a and Hellas-sat4
Orion EM-1
Gen. John W. “Jay” Raymond, who leads Air Force Space Command, emphasized close coordination with the National Reconnaissance Office during an April 18 press briefing.
U.S. Rep. Jim Bridenstine (R-Okla.) discussing his American Space Renaissance Act during a keynote address Tuesday at the 32nd Space Symposium. Credit: Tom Kimmell
Harris AVHRR
DARPA Launch Challenge
Sierra Nevada Corp.’s Dream Chaser at NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center, Edwards, California. Credit: NASA
"Futurama," the short-lived animated series that had a knack for nailing absurd predictions, envisioned the Taco Bellevue Hospital where patients could "supersize" their babies or try the "new chemo loco." So why not a space station? Credit: "Futurama" frame grab/ 20th Century Fox Television
This image of Cuba was taken by the HyperScout hyperspectral camera flying onboard the GomX-4B nanosatellite. Credit: Cosine Measurement Systems
Ruag CEO  Peter Guggenbach. Credit: Ruag
Dirk Wallinger, York Space Systems chief executive, and Peter Guggenbach, RUAG Space chief executive, signed an agreement April 17 on RUAG payload adapters for York satellites.
NASA Exploration Campaign
The final three satellites in the Air Force's 10-satellite WGS constellation include a digital channelizer that will boost capacity by enabling the satellite to use bandwidth more efficiently. Credit: Boeing WGS video still
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