U.S. Air Force Space Command should adopt a policy of greater transparency and encourage wider participation in the development of the algorithms and computer systems it relies on to track the growing amount of orbital debris and the threat it poses to functioning satellites, according to the National Research Council. USAF, through U.S. Strategic Command and the Joint Space Operations Center, is primarily responsible for the tracking and warning apparatus. “The modelers and ...
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