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TWO SHIPS PASSING IN THE INFINITE NIGHT

If the satellites were to collide, shards of satellite (years of work, some dollar signs) would shoot out, lost, into space. They would turn into yet more bits feeding the already significant swirl of space debris imperiling other orbiters.
ZEROING OUT

"In roughly three decades, the global population will begin to decline," journalist John Ibbitson and political scientist Darrel Bricker write in their new book, and "once that decline begins, it will never end."
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