ComputerWeekly: Space junk revealed by University of Texas graph database

ComputerWeekly: Space junk revealed by University of Texas graph database. “Moriba Jah, director of computational astronautical sciences and technologies for the Oden Institute at The University of Texas at Austin, says he would not willingly go into space. ‘No, not me, man.’ The aerospace engineer and self-described ‘space environmentalist’, who started his career as a security specialist for the US Air Force, spent over seven years at Nasa as a spacecraft navigation engineer and over eight at the US Air Force Research Laboratory, including as director for the Advanced Sciences and Technology Research Institute for Astronautics (Astria), knows whereof he speaks. And he is on a mission to make space transparent so it can at once benefit humanity and be cherished.”

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