Threat Tuesday – Bump in the Night?

Brian Weeden over at The Space Review has an interesting article on the on-orbit maneuvers of two Chinese satellites and the potential ASAT implications.

His money shot:

The rendezvous of two Chinese satellites demonstrates that China is broadening its space capabilities, but also touches on the greater issue of perceptions, trust, and safety in space activities that could impact the long-term sustainability of the space regime.

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