Tag: Satellite

US intelligence source claims Hamas has many more tunnels than Israel says


As Israeli security forces thwarted the latest attempt by terrorists to infiltrate Israel via tunnels from Gaza on Monday, The Jerusalem Post has learned that Israel may be underestimating the extent of tunnel penetration on its southern border. Steven Emerson,

UK forges close cyber ties with China despite ‘endemic espionage’


As the US continues to take a hard line with China over alleged criminal hacking of American companies, UK cyber investigators have quietly forged relationships with their counterparts in China, the Guardian has learned. Over the past six months, at

US moves warships to track North Korea rocket launch


The US is moving navy ships into position to track a North Korean rocket due to launch later this month. The warships were moved to achieve "the best situational awareness", the US military chief in the region said. Japan's government,

Russia Set to Make Historic Rocket Launch Thursday


Russia's Soyuz carrier rocket is set make its first launch from outside the former Soviet Union on Thursday, carrying European satellites. The Soyuz is scheduled to blast off from a new launch site at the Kourou space center in the

Classified Satellite to Get New Protective Payload

Lt. Gen. Ellen Pawlikowski, who oversees satellite procurement for the Air Force at the Space and Missile Systems Center in Los Angeles, says that a classified satellite will carry the so-called Self-Awareness Space Situational Awareness (SASSA) payload on a forthcoming