The European Space Agency is concerned about a rise in space debris

The European Space Agency is concerned about a rise in space debris 1

 

The European Space Agency is concerned about a rise in space debris as private companies continue to send satellites into orbit at increasing

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10 Comments on "The European Space Agency is concerned about a rise in space debris"

  1. Jerry Streeter | December 3, 2020 at 5:23 AM | Reply

    I like your cartoons

  2. Just throw a couple of magnets out in space and then we’ll have a free asteroid shield … problem solved 😏

  3. There is no debre we live in a closed system.

  4. Apparently not enough to ever touch the hundreds of satellites huh

  5. As if cleaning the earth first isn’t on their minds at all.

  6. Meanwhile Musk is launching 24,000 satellites. 🙄

  7. Stephanie Sasso | December 3, 2020 at 6:57 PM | Reply

    Oh wow!

  8. Ummmm tax that also…SPACE DEBRIS TAX??? Hope PM Blackface x3 isn’t reading this ahaha.

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