‘Moonraker’ Cislunar Sensor To Be Developed For AFRL

AFRL wants to keep a close eye on cislunar space.


Credit: NASA
The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) has contracted with Pacific Defense to develop a modular, open architecture sensor to monitor cislunar space. Named “Moonraker,” a nod to the 1979 James Bond flick that takes place partly in space, the AFRL’s Space Control Technology Branch wants a low size...

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