Junk that is floating around in space could become a major contributor to Spacial Warming, it has been disclosed, and legal action against NASA is being considered.
NASA could be prosecuted for what is often known as 'fly-tipping', a practice where people on Earth take their rubbish, old and unwanted clothes, furniture, TVs, old bike frames, and the like, and sling them in a field 'at the end of the road'.
Scientists in the US have warned NASA that the amount of so-called space junk orbiting Earth is at tipping point.
Space debris includes clouds of minuscule fragments, old boosters, cast-off rocket parts, and satellites.
If the temperature on Earth rises due to global warming within its atmosphere - areas known as the Exosphere, Thermosphere, Mesosphere, Stratosphere, and Troposphere - this could, feasibly, affect the temperature of the area outside the planet's atmosphere, known as the Outersphere.
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