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    1. Colorado companies working on technology that could help clean up orbital debris

      Colorado companies working on technology that could help clean up orbital debris

      Space is a mess -- and getting messier. Remember the 2013 movie "Gravity"? Sandra Bullock plays an astronaut stranded in space after her ship is hit by flying remnants of a wrecked Russian satellite.

      Fictional, yes. But the movie touches on a very realistic possibility. Tons of trash -- also known as "orbital debris" -- are floating in space, thanks to wrecked satellites, detached rocket engines and spacecraft that has gone incommunicado.

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