PARIS — Mega-constellation operators OneWeb and Amazon Kuiper outlined measures they’ll take to limit orbital debris, share satellite-status data with other operators and act to minimize light pollution for astronomers.
Appearing June 23 at the 4th Summit for Space Sustainability in London, organized by the Secure World Foundation and the UK Space Agency, the two companies appeared to see no urgency in the current status of low Earth orbit. Technological advances and goodwill among commercial operators, they said, would win the . . .
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