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2 October 2020 Space-based assets, applications, user importance, and maritime vulnerabilities
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Today we are reliant on a growing range of space-based assets. To assess inherent space-related risks it is critical to evaluate existing and planned systems. Here we summarise 2019-2020 findings from a wide range of participants. Our analysis includes: the importance of: persistency, all-weather, night and day capabilities, satellite image resolution, and other technical requirements. Hybrid threats, cyber warfare, GPS ‘spoofing’, jamming, and EMP are part of a new generation of threats becoming relevant with rapid space domain exploitation, in addition to space weather impact [1].
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Chris R. Lavers and Fotios Moustakis "Space-based assets, applications, user importance, and maritime vulnerabilities", Proc. SPIE 11539, Technologies for Optical Countermeasures XVII; and High-Power Lasers: Technology and Systems, Platforms, Effects IV, 115390M (2 October 2020); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2584920
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