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Amber Yang is on a mission to clean up space trash: ‘We’re being trapped by another layer of pollution’ – Yahoo Sport Australia

There are 1 million pieces of space junk orbiting Earth right now.

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Human behavior doesnt only lead to pollution on the planet. Now, theres trash in space too.
Amber Yang is the 22-year-old founder of Seer Tracking, an organization that monitors the movement of space debris orbiting Earth. The Stanford University student grew up in Orlando, Fla. where shed visit the Kennedy Space Center every week. 
Since the beginning of the space program, people have been putting things into space without any consideration about what are the potential negative impacts, Yang told…

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