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U.S.-Russia Space Surveillance Workshop Held in Wailea

World’s two leading space-faring nations collaborate for safety. “This is a huge step forward for all mankind.”

Creon Levit, special assistant to General Pete Worden US Space Command ret, now head of NASA AMES said:

“This workshop might sound interesting only to military aerospace engineers, but it is actually of profound relevance to the long-term future of the entire human race,” said Creon Levit from NASA Ames Research Center. “We all need to be able to navigate safely in space.”

 “We are using these systems to avoid collisions between satellites—which have happened—and to avoid collisions of space objects with the International Space Station—which have almost happened,” said Levit.

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