Australia-Based U.S. Radar To Watch China Launches
Bradley Perrett (Canberra and Beijing)March 25, 2013
Launched southward, Chinese polar-orbiting reconnaissance satellites cross Antarctica and then head up the Atlantic and past South America. Only then, perhaps 40 min. after they depart their Taiyuan launch base, can U.S. radars on the islands Antigua and Ascension get a look at them. In a world of...
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