Annika Thomas*, Dansil Green*, Kristen Ammons, Laman Jalil, Joe Kusters, and Kerri Cahoy
Edited by David Howarth and Sarah Radway
Editor’s Note | Aug. 31 2023
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- Current policy does not reflect current trends in the space field, legally and economically.
- Hazards to satellites arise from environmental and anthropogenic sources.
- Without adequate preparation, these hazards threaten the sustainability of Low Earth Orbit.
- Preventative policy can address these hazards before they become an issue as the Low Earth Orbit economy surges in the coming decade.
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