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Source: https://www.defenseone.com/technology/2021/05/nobody-wants-rules-space/173870/ As space becomes more crowded, there’s little hope for new international rules to make it safer. By Patrick Tucker, Technology Editor May 6th, 2021 Debris from a crashing Chinese rocket hurtling toward Earth and a Russian projectile-shooting spy satellite are the two examples of a big problem: too few rules governing how nations behave in space. Wednesday...
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What happened to the last Chinese rocket remains that fell from space? Loren Gush from the Verge reported in May 2020: An out-of-control Chinese rocket may have dumped debris in Africa after falling from space On Monday, a massive, out-of-control Chinese rocket fell out of the sky off the west coast of Africa, becoming one...
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Image credit: ANFR 04/08/2021 Source: ANFR https://www.anfr.fr/toutes-les-actualites/actualites/les-constellations-de-satellites-de-telecommunications-des-origines-a-nos-jours/ (Auto-translated from French) In the field of radiocommunications, engineers have always favored high points to install transmitters and receivers: going upwards allows very wide areas to be covered and thus reduces deployment costs. The conquest of space has created the possibility of placing transceivers on artificial satellites that fly...
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TYSONS, Va. – Omnispace, the company that is redefining mobile communications by building a global hybrid network, today announced the successful demonstration of 5G satellite capability with the National Security Innovation Network (NSIN), along with the Navy and Marine Corps. Omnispace was selected by NSIN in 2020 to pilot its technology in connection with Verizon’s...
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CNN International From satellites launching into orbit to preparing for life on Mars, the sky is no longer the limit for the African space industry. Meet four individuals whose extraordinary work on Earth is propelling this rapidly growing sector, while inspiring future generations of space explorers. https://edition.cnn.com/videos/tv/2021/03/05/inside-africa-space-race-explore-mars-spc.cnn
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DARPA’s DRACO nuclear-powered rocket for cislunar operations By THERESA HITCHENS on August 28, 2020 At the moment, industry sources say, there is no money to be had for developing systems for DoD’s cislunar operations. WASHINGTON: The possibility of future military activity around the Moon is en vogue in the national security space community, with a plethora of seminars featuring...
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Source: US ELECTROMAGNETIC DEFENSE TASK FORCE (EDTF) 2018 REPORT https://www.airuniversity.af.edu/Portals/10/AUPress/Papers/LP_0002_DeMaio_Electromagnetic_Defense_Task_Force.pdf Approved for Public Release This conference report is a product of the United States Air Force Air University and the Curtis E. LeMay Center for Doctrine Development and Education. (Published by Air University Press in November 2018). Disclaimer Opinions, conclusions, and recommendations expressed or implied within...
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