Pine Gap’s role in the arms race between China and the United States makes Australia a target

By Brian Toohey, Published by Community99, 15 April 2022 Developments at the U.S.-Australian satellite intelligence base at Pine Gap near Alice Springs give the United States an unprecedented ability to detect Chinese spacecraft from space and potentially destroy them. Previously, detection was mainly based on ground-based radars, which are no longer seen as suitable for identifying

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China ‘Decodes’ An Orbiting US Satellite; Claims Expertise In Automatically Detecting & Fixing Security Flaws In Outer Space

By Sakshi Tiwari, Published by The EurAsian Times, 10 April 2022 The overcrowding of space has fueled concerns of cyber attacks on satellites. Given the inexpensive and readily available disruptive tools in the digital age, both military and commercial satellites remain vulnerable to hacking by state and non-state actors. To

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The space arms race keeps accelerating, new reports warn

By Sandra Erwin, Published by SpaceNews, 4 April 2022 As space becomes increasingly important to terrestrial activities, the tools and weapons available to disrupt and damage satellites are proliferating around the world COLORADO SPRINGS – It’s hard to imagine how the world’s economies and military forces would operate without unfettered

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China’s ‘Direct Challenge’ To Elon Musk’s Starlink – Can GalaxySpace Trounce SpaceX In Satellite Internet Business?

By Tanmay Kadam/Eurasian Times Desk, Published by Eurasian Times, 9 March 2022 China’s Long March 2C rocket carrying seven satellites lifted off on March 5. Of them, six satellites were developed by private Chinese firm GalaxySpace with the aim of forming an experimental network for Low Earth Orbit (LEO) broadband

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