In January 2007, China destroyed an aging satellite with a direct-ascent kinetic vehicle. Two years after the Chinese event, two large communications satellites collided, creating massive debris clouds that will threaten our space assets for years to come. America stood by, helpless to prevent these incidents or the resulting loss of capability. These examples serve as a reminder of our nation’s continued vulnerability, and highlight the larger problem of the inability of America’s National ...
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