April 21, 2014

How Space Trash Could Start a Nuclear War

Zack Beauchamp, Vox

The Associated Press

Panic in the skies! "The threats to U.S. space assets are significant and growing," according to a new report from the Council on Foreign Relations, which warns that there's a real chance of breaching conflict's final frontier.

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TAGGED: China, Space, Nuclear

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