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Lasers detect space debris in daylight for the first time

Lasers detect space debris in daylight for the first time

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For the first time, scientists have used lasers to detect space debris in broad daylight. Prior to this, lasers could only be used to measure the distance to space debris during a few twilights hours. A new study proved that it is possible to use lasers in full…… Read more »

 
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