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Swiss scientists devising space junk clean-up satellite (3:32)
March 27 - The threat posed by space junk to orbiting satellites and spacecraft was highlighted at the weekend when a discarded piece of debris from a Russian rocket passed close to the International Space Station (ISS). According to Swiss-based scientists however, the threats could be removed with a robotic spacecraft they are developing to literally grab debris out of orbit. The team says CleanSpace One will be ready to launch in 2016. Jim Drury reports. ( Transcript )
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