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  • streaker69
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    Re: space junk

    Originally posted by xor View Post
    However, I imagine you could apply the rules of savage in international waters to space as technically no one owns space, yet.

    xor
    I just read the other day something about this. Anything in space is generally owned by whatever country launched it.

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  • xor
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    Re: space junk

    Lots of gold up in there space junk :-). Of course retrieving some governments broken spy satellite mite not make you a popular person. You mite find yourself stabbed with a Ricin filled umbrella or be handed a glass of water with thallium in it.

    However, I imagine you could apply the rules of slavage in international waters to space as technically no one owns space, yet.

    xor
    Last edited by xor; April 12, 2008, 23:02.

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  • erehwon
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    Re: space junk

    Originally posted by shanker View Post
    kind of makes you wonder about the futrure
    Sounds like a job for Harry Broderick & the Jettison Scrap and Salvage Company!

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  • Greyhatter
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    Re: space junk

    Originally posted by shanker View Post
    kind of makes you wonder about the futrure
    May be time for a new government "space waste management" program? Lots of employment opportunities all the way to the moon and beyond!

    http://img379.imageshack.us/img379/4...eenshotfd0.png

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  • barry99705
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    Re: space junk

    It's been a problem for years, though the graphics they use make it look worse.

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  • shanker
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    space junk

    so i just found this link check this out

    http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/ESOC/SEM..._mg_6_s_b.html


    kind of makes you wonder about the futrure
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