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Satellites are burning up in the upper atmosphere – and we still don’t know what impact this will have on the Earth’s climate

By Fionagh Thomson, Senior Research Fellow in Space Ethics and Sustainability, Durham University
We know particles from spacecrafts are in the stratosphere. But what this means for the ozone layer or the climate is still unknown.The Conversation

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