Space might be the final frontier, but, sadly, like all frontiers it’s strewn with our junk, Newsroom reports. Luckily, Professor Guglielmo Aglietti, director of the Auckland Space Institute, has a plan. “The idea was let’s try to do this in a cheap way,” Aglietti says, “because there’s a higher probability that countries can squeeze it into their budgets. If it involves huge cost they will never do it.” Aglietti has since presented his work to the United Nations and other national space organisations.