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AstroSustainability: Broadening Horizons
Blog Contributor: Arty Goodwin
Sustainability is something that is becoming ever more important in our daily lives. We are now more conscientious of the effect our habitual ways of living have on the environment. More recycling, less fossil fuels, and managing our impact on this one planet we inhabit. Yet, as humans launch an increasing number of satellites into orbit, it is clear we need to extend this mentality to our activities in space.
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