Top 10 Things to Know About China in Space

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Part of the SpringerBriefs in Space Development book series (BRIEFSSPACE)

Abstract

Current Developments in Capabilities: China’s current developments involve on-orbit, launch, and ground segment capabilities. First, it is important to understand basic on-orbit capabilities in the following categories—satellite communications, satellite timing and navigation, ISR, environmental monitoring and disaster management, scientific and human spaceflight efforts, and offensive and defensive counter space.

Keywords

Europe Radar Arena Lost Glean 

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© Stacey Solomone 2013

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Fairfax StationUSA

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