Space debris, rubble generated from satellite collisions and other space junk, is a longstanding menace to manned space mission and satellites (China has especially been criticized for a 2007 anti-satellite test that may have doubled the number of space junk objects). The Aolong 1 (translated to Roaming Dragon), is a collaboration between the Harbin Institute of Technology and Chinese Academy of Launch Technology. It is a small satellite with a robotic arm that will be used to push space debris into a decaying orbit, so that it eventually reenters the atmosphere and burns up. There have been somewhat hyped space warfare and sabotage concerns, but the Aolong 1 could face legal problems outside of any context of war; space debris, legally speaking, is still the property of the country or organization which launched it, so pieces of, say, a defunct Russian satellite would still belong to Russia. It would be a monumental task to figure out which pieces of space debris belong to which nation.