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Defunct satellites burning up in the atmosphere could damage the ozone layer. Here’s how

By Robyn Schofield, Associate Professor and Associate Dean (Environment and Sustainability), The University of Melbourne
Burnt-up satellites could dump hundreds of tonnes of aluminium in the stratosphere every year. An atmospheric chemist explains what that might meanThe Conversation

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