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European Space Agency teaching artificial intelligence to avoid space junk – QR Code Press

The new AI-driven system is being developed to help reduce the risk of orbital collision. The European Space Agency (ESA) is working on a system using artifici

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The European Space Agency (ESA) is working on a system using artificial intelligence that will help to be able to avoid collisions with the rapidly growing amount of space junk littering the near-Earth environment.
European Space Operations Centre (ESOC) spacecraft controllers conduct maneuvers every 2 weeks.
These ESOC maneuvers are required every couple of weeks in order to keep equipment safe from collision threats from orbiting space junk. The controllers out of Darmstadt, Germany are protecting…

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