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Japan and the United States agreed Tuesday to equip Japanese satellites with U.S. sensors to monitor space debris as part of their security cooperation in outer space.

It is the first time Japan has agreed to carry equipment from another country on its satellites for defense purposes, the Foreign Ministry said.

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