Report: Nuclear propulsion would help military satellites maneuver out of harm’s way


Michael Leahy, director of DARPA’s Tactical Technology Office, said nuclear propulsion could give the U.S. military an advantage over enemies by making satellites more maneuverable and less vulnerable to attack. SpaceNews (SpaceNews.com) More More

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