Asteroids, space weather, flying junk: David Kendall has his work cut out for him.
With the influx of CubeSats, lower Earth orbit is going to get very busy.
Removing space debris is important for securing safe satellite missions.
An unidentified piece of space debris originating from beyond the Moon is giving astronomers the rare chance to observe an object on a collision course with Earth.
The fast track to outer space is temporarily out of service.
The space junk challenge.
Like Space Invaders with better optics.
The ESA tested out the technology in zero gravity and found it actually works pretty well.
Part of a Chinese rocket is now probably sitting somewhere in Canada.
Cath Le Couteur and Nick Ryan's multimedia project "Adrift" explores the idea of space debris using a musical instrument, a film, and a website.