Space Debris Visual Storytelling

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Space Debris Visual Storytelling

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An unashamed plug for an article in today's Financial Times about the dangers of space debris. It's a new way for the FT to present these informative articles, very visual, but the most important part - the words - were written by Mrs Joe. It may be behind a paywall but I think you are allowed a few free reads.

https://ig.ft.com/space-debris/
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Wow - fabulous. It's a great way to present information. That must have taken a lot of effort to plan, design and build. Very informative, and the visual side really paints the picture.

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Do we really think that mankind is smart enough to do something about this problem in a timely and effective way? I wonder!
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Today’s Astronomy Picture of the Day shows what a mess the night sky has become and it’s only the beginning ... .
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