In a draft budget proposal, the Space Development Agency (SDA) is asking Congress for more than $11 billion over five years to plan, design and deploy large constellations of satellites, and intends to use the majority of the funding to build a 250-satellite or larger communications network to support a missile defense constellation provided by satellites in low orbits. The budget proposal, spanning fiscal 2021-2025, provides details in how the SDA would coordinate space projects across the ...

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