Space trash could impact our ability to gather climate data, says former NASA astronaut, Kathy Sullivan, on TEDxLondon’s Climate Curious.

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As fellow crew members on the spaceship that is planet Earth, tune in to learn about intergalactic waste, why space-based observations are crucial for climate action, and if Kesller syndrome could affect earth’s orbit.

Resources: 
Listen to Kathy Sullivan Explores podcast episode, ‘You call yourself an astronaut?
Read up on space debris from NASA.
And from the European Space Agency.

Listen to other Climate Curious episodes on satellites, data and climate action:
Lekha Sridhar, How satellites and AI can help keep 1.5 alive 
Rob Schuwerk, How a database is speeding up fossil fuel’s extinction
Justin Locke, How storm-proof solar farms can help hurricane alley

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