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Swiss aim to clean up space

Swiss aim to clean up space

(4:24) What are we like! It's only 45 years since Russia's Sputnik 1 (first artificial satellite) was put into Earth's orbit, and already there is so much space junk orbiting the Earth at extremely high speeds (17,000 mph) as to be a real problem. Scientists from Swiss research institute EPFL are developing CleanSpace One, a satellite tasked with cleaning up the mess.

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Guest: HandSolo (2098 days ago)
Latest comment: Is this straight out of "The Onion"?
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TheBob TheBob (2099 days ago)
How very Swiss!
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How very Swiss!
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