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Look After Space Rubbish
29.01.2009 12:27
Look After Space Rubbish
One of new telescopes

Scientists of Ussuriysk Astrophysical Observatory acquired new telescopes for looking after space rubbish and satellites, among other things.
      Three new telescopes arrived to the observatory, and two already help scientists observing the sky. Near-earth orbit is nearly blocked with used space ships, which form a dense shell and can collide with operation space vehicles.
      New telescopes will solve other scientific problems, for instance, observing sources of gamma-ray bursts. Scientists helpers meet all necessary requirements and can follow objects that move very fast.
      Source: RIA Novosti


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