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The ESA was forced to alter the trajectory of one of its observation satellites to prevent its collision with SpaceX satellite
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The ESA was forced to alter the trajectory of one of its observation satellites to prevent its collision with SpaceX satellite

ESA altered the trajectory of its observation satellites to prevent a collision with a SpaceX-launched satellite

The European Space Agency (ESA) was forced to alter the trajectory of one of its observation satellites on Monday to prevent a collision with a SpaceX satellite. The ESA performed the manoeuvre ...

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