Canada: Space Debris Issue Is on the Rise; Country Commits to Find a Solution | Space

The space debris issue is now on the rise, and the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) acknowledges this growing problem that the world is facing. That being said, the space agency committed itself to joining the effort in looking for ways to prevent more space junk from falling to the surface and finding a solution for these cosmic problems.

Canada Acknowledges Massive Space Debris Issue

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Canada, particularly the CSA, is now speaking up about the massive issue of space debris that floats near the planet or in its orbit, saying that they are taking this problem “very seriously,” according to an interview with Global News.

This new approach by the Great North came after a piece of cosmic garbage fell to the surface,  specifically in a rural  Saskatchewan province.

Experts claimed that this piece of space debris is linked to SpaceX’s spacecraft, but as of this writing, the Canadian government is still analyzing it.

The CSA claimed that the increasing space traffic in today’s industry has also led to the exponential growth of the orbital garbage present today.

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CSA Commits to Finding a Solution For It

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