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If a satellite falls on your house, space law protects you – but there are no legal penalties for leaving junk in orbit

By Timiebi Aganaba, Assistant Professor of Space and Society, Arizona State University
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Chances are small that space junk will destroy property or harm a person, and existing space law could deal with such an event. But current law doesn't address the bigger problem of space pollution.


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