This white paper explores how to grow the space industry sustainably. Satellites hold tremendous promise to improve life on earth, whether by providing global internet access, monitoring crops and forests from space, or tracking the impact of climate change. However, the debris created by launches and collisions between satellites and other debris in space puts the gains possible from satellites in jeopardy.
In this white paper you will learn:
- The importance for sustainability in the continued development of the space industry.
- How new advances in propulsion technology can enable satellites of all sizes to avoid debris collisions and deorbit safely.
- Real examples of how these thrusters can unlock new mission possibilities in addition to ensuring sustainable space development.
With close to one million debris objects larger than 1 cm already in orbit, the time is now to address the debris problem for satellites to operate safely.
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