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Will War With Russia Mean War in Space?

Growing tensions threaten to devastate orbital infrastructure

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War in space begins — and ends — fast. Indeed everything in space, at least in the space around our planet, happens fast. Satellites move at fantastic speed, circling the entire planet in ninety minutes. Missiles launched from the ground can reach them in minutes. When they collide — as they…




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Alastair Williams

Alastair Williams

Exploring the relationship between humanity and science | Physicist | Satellite Operations Manager | https://www.thequantumcat.space/

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