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  • Ryvaeus

    Why do we leave our defunct satellites in orbit anyway? Didn't scientists consider from the very beginning that our atmosphere would eventually be overcrowded by useless space junk?

    • Improbability

      I'm going with money. That seems to be the answer whenever the government is involved.

      Also, accidents - satellites running into each other for example. There's no way to de-orbit a destroyed or failed satellite. Or those jerks that shot that one satellite with a missile.

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