A new video made by Grey Stuart, scientist, lecturer at University of London and part of the Space Geodesy and Navigation Laboratory, showed how much space junks orbit the Earth from 1957 to 2015.
Cleaning up Space with a Giant Laser
The first ever satellite designed to monitor space for asteroids was launched into orbit Monday aboard an Indian rocket.
The Canadian Space Agency is sending a satellite to space later this month to track and monitor the cosmos for space rocks similar to the asteroid that zoomed pass Earth last weekend.
The Pentagon's research wing looks to scavenge through defunct satellites in space for reusable parts in a bid to cut future military space mission costs.