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Space junk, also known as orbital debris, is a significant concern for the future of space travel. There are millions of pieces of debris orbiting the Earth, including old satellites, rocket stages, and fragments from collisions and explosions. These objects can threaten spacecraft and astronauts, as they can collide with and damage or destroy them.
To mitigate the risk posed by space junk, a number of measures have been put in place, including international guidelines for the creation and disposal of spacecraft, and the use of tracking systems to monitor the location and trajectory of debris. There are also efforts to develop technologies for removing debris from orbits, such as lasers or nets.
However, it is likely that space junk will continue to be a challenge for space travel in the future. It is crucial for space agencies and companies to continue to address this issue and develop strategies for mitigating its impact.
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