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Solving Space Junk with Harriet Brettle

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Release Date: 09/16/2019

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After a long summer we're back, and we're here to talk spaaaace! Specifically the issue of satellite sustainability and the startup leading the charge. In this episode of the Science: Disrupt podcast we chat to Harriet Brettle, Business Analyst at the startup and co-founder of the London Space Network. Astroscale is a space startup that is developing a solution to the environmental concerns over space debris and all of the challenges that that can bring. We also discuss Harriet's path to Astroscale and her drive to establish the London Space Network and the benefits of community...

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After a long summer we're back, and we're here to talk spaaaace! Specifically the issue of satellite sustainability and the startup leading the charge.

In this episode of the Science: Disrupt podcast we chat to Harriet Brettle, Business Analyst at the startup Astroscale and co-founder of the London Space Network.

Astroscale is a space startup that is developing a solution to the environmental concerns over space debris and all of the challenges that that can bring.

We also discuss Harriet's path to Astroscale and her drive to establish the London Space Network and the benefits of community organisation.