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Russia Blew Up One of Its Satellites, Creating Dangerous Space Debris

It’s a reminder of a growing threat to our future in space


Earlier this month, a Russian satellite called Kosmos 1408 exploded, resulting in a cloud of debris that endangered the International Space Station (ISS) and the safety of its seven astronauts.




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