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English: NASA's illustration showing high impact risk areas for the International Space Station

Português: Ilustração da Nasa mostrando áreas de risco de impacto de detritos com a Estação Espacial Internacional

Français : Illustration de la NASA montrant les zones d'impact associées à un risque plus ou moins important de la station spatiale internationale

Русский: Иллюстрация NASA, показывающая зоны риска столкновения с космическим мусором на Международной Космической Станции
Date NASA presentation 2005 (upload date: 2007 — 9 — 16)
Source Orbital Debris Education Package
Author National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA):
  • NASA Johnson Space Centre
  • Orbital Debris Program Office


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