US Space Force Live Fire Exercise Completed
Astronomy Daily - The PodcastSeptember 22, 202200:10:5314.99 MB

US Space Force Live Fire Exercise Completed

Astronomy Daily – The Podcast
Show Notes
S01E20
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Thursday September 22, 2022
Stories featured in this episode:
The United States Space Force has been in training and just completed a live fire exercise
The Black Skies exercise is designed to improve their skills in satellite jamming technology
They're also looking at two other areas of training: orbital warfare and Blue Skies
Blue Sky training saw the use of commercial satellites leased from a private firm which served as a target
In future, Starcom is hoping to acquire its own satellites for live fire exercises
More satellites are headed into low Earth orbit
Aryan Space Company in Europe is looking toward reusable space technology for deep space missions
Hilton is looking at taking its hospitality business off the planet and focusing on space station technology
All this and more in this episode…

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