A year ago to the day, China knocked a weather satellite out of orbit, and threw the international community into panic. Some figured the satellite-killer test was the harbinger of a future war in space — the kind of conflict that could cripple a tech-dependent United States military. Geoffrey Forden, PhD — an MIT research associate and a former UN weapons inspector and strategic weapons analyst at the Congressional Budget Office — examines the possibilities of an all-out Chinese assault on American satellites. This is part one. Click for parts two and three.
Source: Wired Danger Room. See also “Chinese cyberwarfare” fra ISN Security Watch.
52 thoughts on “How China Loses the Coming Space War”
You know maybe this is the beginning of a “space war” or maybe it just happened. Either way we won’t know until its too late.
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