space asset

space asset

Any individual part of a space system as follows. (1) Equipment that is or can be placed in space (e.g., a satellite or a launch vehicle). (2) Terrestrially-based equipment that directly supports space activity (e.g., a satellite ground station).
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For this solution to remain viable, there must be a fundamental difference between space asset utility (force enhancement) and combat capability.
Have we worked out the processes by which we would decide to attack an enemy space asset, or to employ space weapons?
On application by the owner of a space asset, and before any international interest can be registered, the owner of the space asset can apply to the Registrar for a unique identification number (UIN) based on the following information to be supplied by the owner as prescribed by Annex II ("the Annex II information"), namely,
Among the many services Ceccarelli provides his clients are leasing in office and retail space asset classes; drafting and negotiating service and construction contracts and other building-related agreements; and strategic counsel related to government and regulatory investigations, national and cross-border portfolio acquisitions, and distressed real estate and related asset management.
The company, which manufactures extract and filtration equipment for a variety of industries, has relocated from Springmeadow Industrial estate in Wentloog, Cardiff to a 20,000 sq ft unit on the estate which is owned by clients of Valad Europe, the specialist industrial and business space asset management business.
Toward that end, they have been the "driving force" behind the Air Force's initial forays into near space, new approaches to space asset tasking and devising new uses for directed energy.
They reserve the right to engage in shooting at and destroying the space assets of their adversaries in the event of war.
Sellers argues: "The capabilities provided by space assets -- communication, GPS, weather forecasting -- impact the lives of nearly every man, woman and child on the planet.
First, the United States is the most vulnerable to "space war" because of the disproportionate (versus other space powers) reliance of the US military and intelligence community on space assets. However, counter to the article's assumptions, an offense-dominant strategy that involves destructive antisatellites and space-based weapons will not fundamentally reduce this vulnerability.
The report underlines the need for space assets "in order that the political and diplomatic activities of the European Union may be based on independent, reliable and complete information" (Paragraph 2).
CB Richard Ellis has been named the exclusive leasing agent for a collection of 25 warehouse and flex space assets located throughout the tri-state area, totaling 1.98 million square feet.

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