Russia’s Highly Maneuverable Avangard Hypersonic Missile Impossible To Intercept, Expert Says Over New US, Japan Pact

By Ashish Dangwai, 5 December 2022Published by The EurAsian Times, 5 December 2022 Japan and the United States will conduct extensive joint missile technology research to intercept hypersonic glide missiles deployed by China and Russia, reported Asia Nikkei on December 4.  Russia has already deployed Hypersonic glide vehicles (HGVs), while

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Traffic Jam: Chinese Academics Find Starlink Satellites Routinely Break Space Safety Rules

By Fantine Gardiner, Published by Sputnik News, 29 November 2022 Elon Musk has laid out plans to launch tens of thousands of small satellites into orbit to facilitate the Starlink global high-speed internet service, but the proposal has raised eyebrows of many space-faring countries, including the US military. A study

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China’s new satellite-hunting radar aims to blind US

China’s SLC-18 satellite tracking radar. Photo: China Daily By Gabriel Honrada, Published by Asia Times, 14 November 2022 Newly-unveiled SLC-18 radar seeks to blunt US space-based intel advantage and could soon be exported to America’s adversaries China’s new electronically scanned array radar aims to blunt the military advantages long provided

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From ‘lunar intelligence’ to orbital waystations, the US needs to keep the moon on the mind

By Joshua Huminski, Published by Breaking Defense, 7 November 2022 Once firmly stuck in the realm of science fiction, the idea of moon bases and manned missions to Mars is closer than ever before. In the op-ed below, national security expert Joshua Huminski says the US needs to turn its

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