Air traffic control system for outer space discussed

With the amount of space debris in orbit around the earth on the rise, experts will convene at the United Nations next week to discuss a possible international air traffic control system for outer space. The effort comes just a year after an American satellite collided with a Russian satellite, and experts say the potential for more collisions is only going to rise as more objects are sent into space.

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