January 10, 2013

China Ups the Ante in Space

Michael Richardson, Japan Times

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China recently opened its domestic satellite navigation network to commercial use across the Asia-Pacific region. The move underscored China's emergence as an independent space power challenging the primacy of the United States, Russia, Europe and Japan.

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