The rare and incredible sight lit up the night sky.
The object does not pose a threat, but "the show will still be spectacular."
An average of one cataloged piece of space junk falls back to Earth each day.
The video game-inspired spacecraft could catch space debris with one big chomp.
Like Mauna Kea on the Big Island -- where it recently snowed! -- Mount Haleakala's landscape is a far cry from the tropical
To hear more from Donald Kessler, watch the full segment HERE. The so-called "Kessler Syndrome" refers to a situation in
Park Rangers waited for high tide to move and secure the strange debris, later identified to be part of the main rocket fuselage
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The most technically and politically sound idea is a simple rendezvous mission, during which a clean-up craft would travel