Watery graves: Should we be ditching big spacecraft over Earth’s oceans?

By Leonard David, Published by Space.com, 7 March 2022 It's a form of pollution, after all. With increasing regularity, Earth's oceans are the drop zones for incoming leftovers from space.  For decades, Russian Progress resupply spacecraft loaded with tons of waste from the International Space Station (ISS) have been intentionally

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Rockets Destroy Ozone and Cause Climate Change – Aerospace Programs’ Deadly Impacts to the Earth

By Nina Beety, Published by Global Research, 24 January 2022 Since its beginnings, the space industry has used PR, Hollywood, and a parade of stars to carve itself into the public psyche, including targeting children. Aerospace costs have been largely ignored or hidden, but these costs are serious and accelerating.

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