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Threats to United States Space Capabilities.

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Wilson, Tom, Space Commission Staff Member. Prepared for the Commission to Assess United States National Security Space Management and Organization.Retrieved 12:15 PM August 5, 2015 from

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"The reality is that there are many extant capabilities to deny, disrupt or physically destroy space systems and the ground facilities that command and control them. Knowledge of U.S. space systems functions, locations and physical characteristics, as well as the means to conduct counterspace operations, is increasingly available on the international market. Nations or groups hostile to the U.S. possess or can acquire the means to disrupt or destroy U.S. space systems by attacking the satellites in space, their communications nodes on the ground and in space, or ground nodes that command the satellites."

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