U.S. Air Force EAGLE To Look for GEO Threats As space becomes increasingly contested, the U.S. Air Force is preparing to launch a maneuverable spacecraft carrying payloads designed to “detect, identify and attribute threatening behavior” in geosynchronous orbit (GEO). Launch is planned for April 14 on a United Launch Alliance Atlas V. The yearlong EAGLE flight experiment (for Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle Secondary Payload Adapter Augmented Geosynchronous Laboratory ...

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