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Jesse Rogerson

Jesse Rogerson, PhD, is the science adviser at the Canada Aviation and Space Museum, part of Ingenium—Canada’s Museums of Science and Innovation. He is an astrophysicist and professional science communicator.

Opinion | BY JESSE ROGERSON | November 25, 2019
A computer-generated image of objects in Earth's orbit that are currently being tracked. Technological advancement often presents new problems. Space junk, for example, is a looming threat. Large companies like Amazon and SpaceX plan to launch thousands of satellites into space, so the problem will worsen. The Department of National Defence and the Canadian Armed Forces have requested proposals from Canadian scientists for space junk mitigation strategies, writes Jesse Rogerson. Image courtesy of Commons Wikipedia/NASA Orbital Debris Program
Opinion | BY JESSE ROGERSON | November 25, 2019
Opinion | BY JESSE ROGERSON | November 25, 2019
A computer-generated image of objects in Earth's orbit that are currently being tracked. Technological advancement often presents new problems. Space junk, for example, is a looming threat. Large companies like Amazon and SpaceX plan to launch thousands of satellites into space, so the problem will worsen. The Department of National Defence and the Canadian Armed Forces have requested proposals from Canadian scientists for space junk mitigation strategies, writes Jesse Rogerson. Image courtesy of Commons Wikipedia/NASA Orbital Debris Program