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Confronting Space Debris by Dave Baiocchi, William Welser IV

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Confronting Space Debris
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Publisher: RAND Corporation
ISBN/ASIN: B004S8EMJ0
Number of pages: 157

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Orbital space debris represents a growing threat to the operation of man-made systems in space. With the goal of guiding future mitigation or remediation efforts, this monograph examines nine comparable problems that share similarities with orbital debris: acid rain, U.S. commercial airline security, asbestos, chlorofluorocarbons, hazardous waste, oil spills, radon, email spam, and U.S. border control.

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