DARPA’s Hallmark Aims To Give U.S. Better Control Of Space Assets

Credit: DARPA
The U.S. military’s tools for monitoring and controlling its space assets were developed when only a handful of nations could launch satellites. Launches were infrequent and orbits were predictable.But the pace and scope of space activity has changed dramatically. More entities—both nations and...

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