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 companies—are launching many more satellites. There are thousands of objects in space that must be tracked and many thousands more due to join them over the next few years. To ...


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