According to foreign media reports, scientists have been warning us about the problems caused by space debris for decades, but new rockets carrying new satellites are still being launched at an alarming speed. Peter Beck, CEO of rocket lab, told CNN that space debris has begun to affect the launch plans and plans of space agencies and start-ups, and the continuous delivery of new hardware into earth orbit has caused a rather serious problem. < / P > < p > the types of waste moving around the earth vary greatly in size. From scrapped and burned satellites to rocket parts discarded in different missions, the space junk includes a variety of items. < / P > < p > broken satellites and other loose space debris will eventually fall back to earth and burn in atmospheric friction, but not fast enough. New trash is being destroyed faster than space junk. Many space agencies are considering ideas and plans on how to deal with the debris, including using net systems or even harpoons to capture larger debris. < / P > < p > another problem is that there are more space activities and satellites in earth orbit than ever before. SpaceX, for example, has launched hundreds of its own microsatellites in the past few years, and Starlink has caused trouble for astronomers observing the universe. The same problem exists in space groups trying to launch rockets, because they need to avoid these satellite clusters. < / P > < p > the international space station (ISS) is the only permanent site in space where humans have existed for many years. It is forced to avoid random space debris and avoid collisions that may cause trouble to astronauts. < / P > < p > to be honest, Beck, CEO of rocket lab, seems to be criticizing the decision of space agencies and even SpaceX to launch so many objects into space. Rocket lab is actually developing its own rocket, which will certainly be used to launch batches of satellites into space in the future. So far, the company has launched 55 satellites. < / P > < p > in any case, the amount of space junk orbiting the earth is a problem, and there is no clear solution. It will be interesting to see which countries and companies will step up the development of new systems to clean up the region around the earth before it is almost impossible to put something new into orbit or beyond. Spontaneous combustion at a Guangzhou Motor vehicle intersection and other traffic lights in Shenzhen