NEW DELHI — Indian space scientists are conducting a special study to ensure the safety of their satellites and prevent orbital collisions in view of the growing menace of space debris. The Space Object Proximity Analysis is being carried out "on a regular basis" by scientists at the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) "to assess the collision risk and determine risk mitigation strategies in advance" for operational low Earth orbit spacecraft, according to ...
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