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ISS at Increased Risk of Impact After Indian Anti-Satellite Weapon Test

ExtremeTech Tuesday, 2 April 2019
ISS at Increased Risk of Impact After Indian Anti-Satellite Weapon TestPrime Minister Narendra Modi announced last week that the Mission Shakti test had successfully destroyed a satellite in low-Earth orbit. Now, NASA is expressing concern that the test could have placed the International Space Station at risk.

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ODISHA, INDIA — India has successfully used anti-satellite technology on a low-orbit satellite - a milestone its Prime Minister claims establishes the country as a global space power. The Economic Times reports that India launched a DRDO Ballistic Missile Defence Interceptor off the coast of...

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