New Efforts Aim To Automate LEO Collision Avoidance

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Credit: Aurora Propulsion Technologies
Finland’s Aurora Propulsion Technologies and U.S. space traffic-management startup Kayhan Space have partnered to develop a system to autonomously identify collision threats and automate avoidance maneuvers in low Earth orbit. The Proact system will combine Aurora’s miniature, water-based thrusters...
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