Russian Space Debris Could Collide With Experimental Habitat Written 18 September 2019

18 September 2019
CNET News reports that “Bigelow Aerospace’s Genesis II, an inflatable space habitat test mission that launched in 2007, has a 5.6% chance of colliding with the dead Kosmos 1300 satellite early on Wednesday.” In a message on Twitter, Bigelow Aerospace said, “Although this is a relatively low probability, it brings to light that low Earth orbit is becoming increasingly more littered.” Bigelow added in a separate message, “Future habitable space stations will face this reality and danger.” (Image: Bigelow Aerospace's Genessis II | Bigelow Aerospace-Wikipedia)
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