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Mike Lindsay Oct 19
Another thread about sat collision probability 🛰️💥🛰️ This time let's talk about regulations, as the FCC has just solicited input about how to regulate collision risk As we know, risk can be computed as = 1-(1-Pc)^N where Pc = each sat's collision probability and N = # of sats
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Astroscale Oct 19
How has affected the way we work and the progress of our missions? Meet Ryan from our software team who shares how this strange year has impacted the way he designs a software system in this month's Get to know a Space Sweeper ⤵️
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Astroscale Oct 18
Magnetic capture? 🤔 Sounds like something our could handle. Great step by to keep Earth's orbits clean 🌍 Find out more about our spacecraft retrieval service for satellite operators:
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Astroscale Oct 17
Despite differences on the miss distance from other sources, the bottom line remains the same - close calls and collision avoidance maneuvers are increasing. Something needs to be done before a disaster happens in our orbits.
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Astroscale Oct 16
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Joanna Hart Oct 15
Highlighting the breadth and depth of capability here is always great, but even better when it is to the new energetic & enthusiastic Head of ECSAT. Really excited about the continued support from ESA to ensure Harwell Space Cluster can help the whole of the UK space sector grow.
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Astroscale US Oct 14
Why create a national space agency today? Join our & other 's Space Policy Institute alums as they share findings at 's “Exploring Insights from Emerging Space Agencies.” Register now!
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Astroscale Oct 14
📣 Last day of 📣 And your last chance to watch the presentations from us on: 1⃣ Commercial Incentives for Debris Removal Services 2⃣ Applying Lessons Learned from Decommissioning in non-Space Sectors to Active Debris Removal
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Astroscale Oct 14
Watching and waiting isn't the answer ⌛️ It's only a matter of time until there is a collision in orbit and that clean up job won't be easy...
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Astroscale Oct 14
Well we have a few 😉 こんにちは (konnichiwa), hello, Shalom!
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Peter B. de Selding Oct 13
Japan-HQ'd space servicing, debris cleanup startup closes $38M Series E funding. Total financing now $191M. Led by , , . ELSA-d debris capture demo planned this yr.
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Michael Sheetz Oct 13
Those who tuned into our panel heard CEO Nobu Okada break the news, but the satellite servicing and orbital debris company closed a new $51 million fundraise, bringing its total funding to $191 million to date.
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Astroscale Oct 13
during this plenary event at we announced some pretty big news... We just closed Series E with additional funding of US $51 million, bringing total investment raised to US $191 million! Check out the press release 👇
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Danna Linn Barnett Oct 13
Plenary session: Small and Medium companies strategies and recovery in the age of
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Astroscale Oct 13
And we are live!!! 👀
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Astroscale Oct 13
Replying to @astroscale_HQ
To access the presentation/paper go to: 1⃣ Technical Gallery 2⃣ E6. IAF Business Innovation Symposium 3⃣ Commercial Incentives for Debris Removal Services 4⃣ Then tell us why you think satellite operators should pay for debris removal services!
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Astroscale Oct 13
Ever wondered what's in it for satellite operators to pay for debris removal services? 🤔💰🛰️ Well you're in luck because and have done the research and quantify their willingness to pay for the Technical Gallery 🧮
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Astroscale Oct 13
Replying to @astroscale_HQ
To access the presentation/paper go to: 1⃣ Technical Gallery 2⃣ A6. 18th IAA Symposium on Space Debris 3⃣ Applying Lessons Learned from Decommissioning in non-Space Sectors to Active Debris Removal 4⃣ Then let us know what you think!
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Astroscale Oct 13
Want to learn more about space debris but feel overwhelmed by all the choices at the Technical Gallery? Well, we've got a recommendation for you! Check out & work on how decommissioning can help to avoid the next disaster in space 🛰️♻️
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Astroscale Oct 12
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