Darpa Takes Aim At Slow Pace, High Cost Of U.S. Milspace

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National-security space programs have become so slow and costly that the U.S. faces the “self-inflicted surprise” of other nations being able to put capabilities into orbit much faster, says the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (Darpa) director. Formed in 1958 to prevent a repeat of the...

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