The space company will reportedly build hundreds of satellites bearing Earth-imaging capabilities that can operate as a swarm in low orbits The space company will reportedly build hundreds of satellites bearing Earth-imaging capabilities that can operate as a swarm in low orbits Credit: Cheney Orr/Reuters

Musk’s SpaceX building ‘vast spy satellite network’ for US intelligence agency

The space company will reportedly build hundreds of satellites bearing Earth-imaging capabilities that can operate as a swarm in low orbits Credit: Cheney Orr/ReutersPublished by The Telegraph, 16 March 2024 SpaceX is reportedly building a network of hundreds of spy satellites under a classified contract with a US intelligence agency

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The Cygnus re-supply vehicle, which delivers cargo to the International Space Station, burning up in the atmosphere during its reentry. (Image credit: ESA/Alexander Gerst)

Debris from burning satellites could be affecting Earth’s magnetic field

The Cygnus re-supply vehicle, which delivers cargo to the International Space Station, burning up in the atmosphere during its reentry. (Image credit: ESA/Alexander Gerst) By Tereza Pultarova, Published by Space.com, 15 March 2024 The environmental impacts of spaceflight are becoming increasingly clear as more and more spacecraft are launched into

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A composite image showing rows of Starlink satellites awaiting deployment into low Earth orbit in front of a picture of Earth taken from the International Space Station. (Image credit: SpaceX via X)

SpaceX deorbiting 100 older Starlink satellites to ‘keep space safe and sustainable’

A composite image showing rows of Starlink satellites awaiting deployment into low Earth orbit in front of a picture of Earth taken from the International Space Station. (Image credit: SpaceX via X) By Brett Tingley, Published by Space.com, 14 February 2024 There are still well over 5,000 operational Starlink satellites

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(For representational purposes) Chinese Electronic Warfare Systems on 6×6-wheeled CTL181A Dongfeng Menshi armored vehicles. Credits: Twitter/Jesus Roman

China Claims Starlink Satellites Now Easy Prey Thanks To ‘Tech Breakthrough’ In Electronic Warfare

(For representational purposes) Chinese Electronic Warfare Systems on 6×6-wheeled CTL181A Dongfeng Menshi armored vehicles. Credits: Twitter/Jesus Roman By Ashish Dangwal, Publsihed by The Eurasian Times, 6 February 2024 Chinese researchers, for the very first time, have reportedly managed to monitor & analyze the complete electromagnetic spectrum in real time. This

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