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Dancing Lights in Space: How to Manage The Risks of Satellite Close Approaches in Geostationary Orbit

  Both commercial satellite operators and governments are increasingly concerned about uncoordinated close approaches of their satellites by others in space, particularly in the geostationary belt where many valuable commercial and national security satellites reside. The Aerospace Security Project at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) and the Secure World Foundation (SWF) are […]

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Unusual Behavior in GEO: SJ-17

Unlike most objects in the geostationary belt, Chinese satellite SJ-17 has made a series of orbital maneuvers, widely varying its position in GEO. Use this interactive data repository to discover SJ-17’s movements over time.

Unusual Behavior in GEO: Luch (Olymp-K)

Unlike most objects in the geostationary belt, Russian satellite Olymp-K has made a series of orbital maneuvers, widely varying its position in GEO. Use this interactive data repository to discover Olymp-K’s movements over time.

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Professional Development Course: Understanding National Security Space

Understanding National Security Space is a professional development program designed to explore the technical, budgetary, and policy issues in the U.S. national security space enterprise. Applicants should have a demonstrated interest in international security, space policy, missile defense, or other related areas.

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