Tracking space junk in real time

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Tracking space junk in real time

We often talk about the litter we create on earth - but this week the Science Museum is looking the mess human's have created in orbit - with the help of some artists. A device called Machine 9 has been brought in to track space junk as it passes overhead in real time - and then convert the pieces into sound. Nick Ryan is part of the team and spoke to Anthony Baxter. 

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