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Air Force seeks better space technology

By T.K. Randall
November 22, 2009 · Comment icon 3 comments



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The US Air Force has proposed a $50 million bid for new space technologies to improve surveillance, navigation and weather forecasting just one week after the Chinese Air Force chief stated competition in space was inevitable.
Just last week, the Chinese air force chief officer called military competition in space "inevitable." For those who thought this was just idle saber-rattling, take a look at what the American Air Force is cooking up this morning...


Source: Popular Science | Comments (3)


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Comment icon #1 Posted by behaviour??? 13 years ago
Do we have budget for that?...I doubt
Comment icon #2 Posted by the rebirth 13 years ago
ok so that definitely makes me want to be a marine... in like 30 years when it comes out. oh, and behaviour???, i believe we have the budget for anything around here. its AMERICA!!! our satellites will shoot down those chink-eyes' satellites any day of the week.
Comment icon #3 Posted by ROGER 13 years ago
There are some who would take Offense of your last sentence! The members of this forum are from all over the Globe!


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