China's anti-satellite test in January approximately doubled the debris hazard to the international space station for several weeks.
That word Thursday from Michael Griffin, NASA administrator, speaking at a symposium in Colorado Springs.
He said the debris has dispersed to levels considered indistinguishable from the background.
In the test, a Chinese missile destroyed an old Chinese weather satellite.
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