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Protecting Earth from Space Junk, Cosmic Hazards and Climate Change

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Abstract

Each advance in space technology, just as is the case with all technologies, generates new positive payoffs and capabilities. But—and unfortunately this is a big but—these innovations also ultimately give rise to a new range of concerns, dilemmas and sometimes quite vexing problems.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Executive Board, International Association for the Advancement of Space SafetyArlingtonUSA

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