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Tech Tuesday: Space trash

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International Space Station

Last month the International Space Station had to maneuver out of the way of a piece of debris that was created in 2021 by a Russian anti-satellite weapons test.

The ISS has to maneuver out of the way of space junk from time to time but the problem of space junk is getting worse.

Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, we are talking about that trash orbiting earth. Plus, an A.I. Bill of Rights and Twitter layoffs.


  • David Barnhart, Professor of Astronautics, University of Southern California
  • Christopher L. Dancy, Associate Professor, Affiliate Faculty in the Center for Socially Responsible AI, Penn State University
  • Jon Swartz, Senior Reporter, MarketWatch

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