AI to assist the world’s first removal of space debris


Space is a messy place. An estimated 34,000 pieces of junk over 10 cm in diameter are at the moment orbiting Earth at around 10 times the speed of a bullet. If one among them hits a spacecraft, the harm could possibly be disastrous.

In September, the International Space Station needed to dodge an unknown piece of debris. With the amount of space trash quickly rising, the probabilities of a collision are rising.

The European Space Agency (ESA) desires to scrub up some of the mess — with the help of AI. In 2025, it plans to launch the world’s first debris-removing space mission: Clearspace-1.

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