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Assessing the Threat: Chinese Orbital Weapons

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Assessing the Threat: Chinese Orbital Weapons

Written by on Friday, March 16th, 2012

This week's focus has been on space: observing it, protecting it, and arming it. Still, that leaves some skeptics wondering: is all of this concern really warranted? Are space-based defense systems really necessary, or is discussing it just irresponsible fear ...

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Cold War II: In Space

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Cold War II: In Space

Written by on Friday, March 16th, 2012

The Cold War was something of a mixed blessing. The great thing about it was that it pushed American commerce and ingenuity to new heights. Unfortunately, the world gained an excess of incredibly destructive weapons, many of which are still ...

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Future Space Weapons: Rods from God

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Future Space Weapons: Rods from God

Written by on Wednesday, March 14th, 2012

This week's articles have focused on two space-cleaning options that are only a tiny step away from becoming satellite-destroying weapons. Of course, the idea of creating space weapons is a tricky subject. On the one hand, space has already been ...

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Will NASA Use Lasers to Blast Space Trash?

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Will NASA Use Lasers to Blast Space Trash?

Written by on Tuesday, March 13th, 2012

Space junk: we can locate it,  track it, and we can pull the larger pieces back to earth to destroy them. But what about the smaller chunks of space debris? These tiny pieces of orbital junk represent the most difficult ...

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Swiss Janitor Satellite to Pull Satellites Out of the Sky

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Swiss Janitor Satellite to Pull Satellites Out of the Sky

Written by on Monday, March 12th, 2012

Last Week, we took a look at Lockheed Martin's Space Fence program, which aims to chart and monitor all of the debris orbiting earth. This is certainly an admirable task, but it is really the first step of a two-step ...

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