SpaceX and ULA set to launch robots into orbit to Fix Satellites and Collect Space Junk

The space industry is now quite concerned about space junk

A US startup plans to launch four robots onboard SpaceX and ULA rockets next year.

Rogue Space Systems' robots will carry out different tasks, like fixing satellites and tackling space debris.

Rogue's CEO told Insider the space-junk problem is getting worse as more rockets launch into orbit.

An American space startup plans to launch orbital robots on Elon Musk's SpaceX and United Launch Alliance rockets next year.

Over 130 million pieces of space debris are currently positioned around the Earth, according to the European Space Agency.

Barry will be the first of Rogue's robots to be released into space

The first robot created by Rogue to be launched into space will be Barry

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