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JAXA to test space junk removal

Submit on Thursday, June 30th, 2016 22:56

JAXA is planning an experiment to remove simulated space junk as part of efforts to develop a simple and inexpensive disposal system. Scientists will try to slow a cylindrical object and steer it toward the atmosphere.

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