Pentagon: No Evidence Chinese Debris Damaged Russian Sat

Credit: NASA international Laser Ranging Service

Debate continues about what caused the breakup of a Russian satellite in orbit, underscoring the need for improvements to the ability to track and identify objects in space. Space has become more littered with debris since the 2007 China anti-satellite test that shattered a satellite target. And...

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