China Launches Shijian-21 For Space Debris Mitigation

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A new satellite launched by China on Oct. 24 will be used mostly for testing an unspecified space debris mitigation technology, state-owned news media and government agencies say. The launch of Shijian-21 by a geosynchronous transfer orbit-capable Long March 3B rocket follows a series of tests that...

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