Tag: spy satellite
Dirigible Drones Will Watch the World From 13 Miles Up
from wired.com: With UAVs crowding navigable airspace and plans underway to put giant mega-satellites into orbit, it was just a matter of time before a drone-satellite hybrid was developed to […]
U.S. Air Force Reveals ‘Neighborhood Watch’ Spy Satellite Program
from reuters.com: The United States plans to launch a pair of satellites to keep tabs on spacecraft from other countries orbiting 22,300 miles above the planet, as well as to […]
Rocket roars to life at Vandenberg with secret orbital payload
from latimes.com: A 19-story-tall rocket launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base late Thursday night, carrying a secret payload for the U.S. government. An Atlas V rocket blasted off from Space […]
Covert US-China Space Wars: 2012 and Beyond
Readers must challenge imaginations to resist media attempts to set terms of discussion! BBC caused a recent flap with article, “X-37B spaceplane ‘spying on China’,” observing X-37B and Tiangong 1 are in very similar orbits!
NROL-49 Mission Patch: Space Glyphs
The Delta IV heavy NROL-49 rocket launched recently from Vandenberg AFB. The spectacular launch provided by United Launch Alliance (ULA), a group of well-known defense contractors, can be viewed here.
china shooting at US spy sats?
Are Space Wars already happening now? Chris Everard, a British filmmaker, believes so and recaps in “Secret Space Vol. 2, part 1/13 on You Tube” a December 2006 Nexus Magazine […]