The U.S. government is beginning to relax its reflexive hold on environmental information it has collected with national-security spacecraft, spurred by a growing awareness that today’s worldwide web of power and data links is vulnerable to extreme space-weather events. The recent release of 16 years’ worth of space-radiation measurements collected by U.S. Air Force GPS birds likely will be supplemented with similar data collected by classified satellites under the terms of an ...

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