Canadian Satellite Aids Effort To Prevent Orbital Collisions

A small Canadian electro-optical satellite has started contributing data to the U.S. Space Surveillance Network, monitoring orbiting objects at 6,000-40,000 km (3,700-24,850 mi.) as part of the North American effort to improve space situational awareness and prevent collisions. Built by MacDonald...

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