34’000 – 1
Today, more than 34’000 man-made objects measuring over 10 cm in diameter
are tracked as they orbit around Earth.
Removing man-made space debris is the responsibility of today’s generation…. to ensure
tomorrow’s generation can continue to benefit from space technology and exploration.
We are on a mission to remove a first debris from Space by 2025 and develop the technologies needed to:
and track the target satellite orbiting at 7Km/s at 720Km above sea level.
the target satellite, which has not been designed to facilitate the capture.
it, freeing its orbit for future space operations and reducing risks of future collisions.
the operation, repeat the cycle. It’s all about reusability.
Our everyday lives are becoming increasingly dependent on space infrastructures.
As space infrastructures develop and bridge the gap between developed and developing countries, our dependence on space will continue to increase. However, over the past few years we have come to the realization that without a cost-efficient solution for the removal of deserted satellites and other forsaken space debris, this future, will not be sustainable.
ClearSpace-1 ADR mission under the ESA ADRIOS programme has been successfully funded at the ESA 2019 Ministerial summit in Seville
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