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Wooden Satellites Have Finally Arrived to Reduce the “Space Junk”

In Japan, the first all-wood satellite is being designed, the first project to reduce pollution in the Earth’s orbit.

Image by WikiImages from Pixabay

Asia continues to make history of technology. Following China’s launch of the world’s first 6G satellite, which will be used for ground observation via remote…

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Tech, digital, and innovation, at the intersection with policy, government, and social good.

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Harish Maddukuri

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