Review on Space Debris

Authors

  • Machineni Jaswanth

Keywords:

Space Debris, Remediation, Mitigation, Literature

Abstract

Now Space Debris is a problem that every space organization working on. This paper contains the debris from the birth date to till date and all the factors. The impact of the debris and the human efforts to make the space clean. The various organizations working on different methods and technologies to make space pollution free. The Different sizes of debris leading to different technical opportunities to work in. The re-entry of the spaceships is affected by the debris.

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Published

2021-10-14

How to Cite

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Machineni Jaswanth, “Review on Space Debris”, TEMSJ, vol. 3, no. 5, pp. 226-239, Oct. 2021.

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