Space’s Trash Collector? A Japanese Entrepreneur Wants the Job

who put Astroscale’s headquarters in start-up-friendly Singapore but is building its spacecraft in his native Japan, where he found more engineers. “My breakthrough is figuring out how to make this into a business.” Scientists say there could be tens …
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