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Maneuver warfare in space: The strategic imperative for nuclear thermal propulsion

By Christopher Stone, Published by C4ISRNET, 8 July 2021 China’s aggressive military space strategy, which views space warfare as “rapid and destructive,” must prompt U.S. space leaders to rethink their approach to this growing threat. While defenses against Chinese ground-based anti-satellite missiles or on-orbit weapons may include such methods as

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The Counter Communications System is used to jam enemy satellites. (Airman 1st Class Andrew Bertain/U.S. Air Force)

The Space Force wants to use directed-energy systems for space superiority

By Nathan Strout, Published by C4ISRNET, 16 June 2021 WASHINGTON — The head of the Space Force acknowledged that the U.S. is developing the “appropriate” directed-energy systems to maintain American space superiority, although he declined to provide details in the unclassified setting of a June 16 congressional hearing. Noting that

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Who Controls Space

By Staff Writers for Launchspace, Published in Space War, 26 April 2021 Bethesda MD (SPX) - It is well known that the Straits of Gibraltar provide access to the Mediterranean Sea. In terms of strategic importance, this geographic phenomenon provides a control point for all seagoing traffic between the Atlantic

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