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Starlink and NASA sign agreement to ensure satellites don’t hit each other

NASA and SpaceX have signed a special information-sharing agreement to ensure Stalink satellites do not collide with other objects floating around Earth’s orbit. 

The 13-page agreement takes the standard Conjunction Assessment (CA) process and allows deeper cooperation between the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and SpaceX. It’s a non-reimbursable agreement, meaning that it’s designed to be mutually beneficial, and not for-profit. 

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