A dead Soviet satellite and a discarded Chinese rocket body are speeding toward each other in space and could crash catastrophically on Thursday.LeoLabs, a company that uses radar to track satellites and debris in space, said on Tuesday night that it was monitoring a “very high-risk” conjunction – an intersection in the two objects’ orbits around Earth. A series of observations since Friday have shown that the two large pieces of space junk could miss each other by just 12 metres (39 feet).That…


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