A chunk of Chinese satellite almost hit the ISS; they dodged it – but the space junk problem is getting worse

Earlier this week, the International Space Station (ISS) was forced to maneouvre out of the way of a potential collision with space junk. With a crew of astronauts and cosmonauts on board, this required an urgent change of orbit on November 11. Over the station’s 23-year orbital lifetime, there have been about 30 close encounters with orbital debris requiring evasive action. Three of these near-misses occurred in 2020.Did you miss our previous article… https://www.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org/?p=427 Octavio Lewiswww.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org

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View: How global is inflation?

Prices of food and energy, which are set on world markets, have risen sharply everywhere. The interaction of an uneven economic recovery with the lingering effects of the pandemic has led to extensive supply chain problems. Did you miss our previous article… https://www.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org/?p=424 Octavio Lewiswww.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org

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