The Center for Strategic and International Studies and the Secure World Foundation on April 1 released new updates on space weapons developments around the world.
CSIS and SWF released their annual assessments of global counterspace weapons.
The Counter Communications System was first introduced in 2004. An updated version, called CCS Block 10.2, has completed tests.
DoD testing report: “We must thoroughly understand how our systems will perform in space."
Two new reports are out: CSIS “Space Threat Assessment 2019" and SWF “Global Counterspace Capabilities: An Open Source Assessment."
DIA report: U.S communications, reconnaissance, navigation and early warning satellites could be among the targets of China's counterspace weapons.
We must correct a wrong notion that bringing up robotic threats would raise doubts about the enormous benefits in the development and deployment of commercial robotic servicing spacecraft. Dual-use systems always have the dangerous side, which can be fixed if we do not ignore it.