U.S. Releases Evidence Of Russian ASAT Test

ASAT test
Credit: India Press Information Bureau
The U.S. has released evidence that Russia conducted a “nondestructive” test on July 15 of a space-based anti-satellite weapon (ASAT). Russia fired a new object into orbit from Cosmos 2543 near another Russian satellite, according to U.S. Space Command (Spacecom). The move is similar to an on-orbit...

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