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Debris From China’s 2007 Anti-Satellite Missile Test Makes Close ISS Flyby
ISS astronauts took standard safety precautions for a run-in with orbital space junk, but NASA says debris is at a safe distance, however
Obama’s ‘Proven’ SM-3 Missile Interceptor May Only Succeed 20 Percent of the Time, Say Physicists
The Obama administration has worked tirelessly towards nuke reductions in recent months, signing an arms control treaty with Russia and...
In First Successful Test, Airborne Laser Shoots Down Missile
But can it shoot down skeeters?
Mysterious Light Display Leaves Norwegians and Astronomers Puzzled
A Russian missile test or a meteor remain the top guesses for a strange spiraling light phenomenon
Remembering a Former Caltech Rocket Scientist and the Founder of China’s Space Program
Qian Xuesen has died at 98; he helped found Caltech's Jet Propulsion Laboratory before being deported as a suspected Communist
White House To Scrap Eastern European Missile Defense Shield
Reversing years of Bush administration policy, the White House announced that it has scrapped plans for an Eastern European component...
The story behind the rockets that started a war
Safety, Security . . . or Target Practice?
As the Navy readies itself for the first satellite shoot-down, questions still linger as to its intent