"the Next test: A sail"
"For the first time a harpoon was shot in the road and caught the scrap of space."
"We are very excited," says Guglielmo Aglietti at Surrey University to the AP."
"the 7,000 tonnes of space debris flying around in orbit around the earth with a hiskelig speed and last year managed the satellite Removedebris up in order to get to grips with the problem."
"Scientists from Surrey University in the Uk, has launched several different methods in which they strongly believe in."
"Since the past has shown that it is possible to capture objects with a particular network."
"”We are very pleased”"
"During the Friday beat on the big drum again."
"A harpoon has now for the first time, been shot in the way in space and captured the låtsasskräp, reports the BBC."
"this time was harpunen just as big as a pencil and the distance to the debris was a metre and a half, writes AP."
"But in spite of it is the researchers' delight large and the test is seen as a success."
"We are very excited because so far we have conducted three experiments and all have worked," says researcher Guglielmo Aglietti, which, however, indicate that a much larger harpoon is needed to capture the real space debris."
"the Next test for the Removedebris is a sail, writes the BBC."
"the Sail shall in the future be able to pull back the debris into the earth's atmosphere where it will burn up."
"Guglielmo Aglietti said for the BBC that as the university now has proven that these ideas work."
"– It is now time for the industry to transform concepts into a commercial product, " he says."
"”the Spacecraft may become unusable”
"space debris, which can be as large old satellites and parts of rockets, or less as nuts and paint flakes, is dangerous for rymdtrafiken."
"”In the worst case, the spacecraft hit completely unusable,” writes the space agency on its website."