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New satellite will test whether magnets can be used to collect space debris

April 08, 2021 -

The craft is known as End-of-Life Services-d (ELSA-d). It was made by Astroscale, a Japanese corporation whose goal is to mitigate the hazardous buildup of debris orbiting the Earth.

ELSA-d's task is to perform a series of tests to figure out if the craft's ability to retrieve space debris with a magnet is a viable option for future space trash collection missions.

The craft has two components: a servicer satellite that will collect the debris, and a smaller ...

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