Aside from carrying deadly payloads, the X-37B could also be used as a spy satellite
Cold War-era spy satellite
images have shown scientists that glaciers on the Himalayas are now melting twice as fast as they used to.
The entrepreneur shared details after the successful launch of the Falcon 9 rocket, which put a spy satellite
Beijing, Oct 3 (ONA) - China has launched a new spy satellite
The arms procurement agency hinted Tuesday it could replace LIG Nex1 with Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) as the preferred bidder for its ongoing spy satellite
Eyeing the Red Storm: Eisenhower and the First Attempt to Build a Spy Satellite
. By Robert M.
"The luminous objects witnessed in the sky of certain regions in the Southern parts of the country were the burning of the booster of a missile carrying the second US spy satellite
named NROL-52 which was fired from Florida, and on the other side, Russia also had a simultaneous firing (of missile) to place a capsule in a satellite which was launched last month," General Elhami said.
This year, the Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) is encouraging people to get even more creative in this arena, releasing a series of videos that show people how to make origami creations in the shape of two of its flagship creations: The Arrow rocket interceptor missile and the Ofek spy satellite
. See https://youtu.be/05xND0ygVKc
The author relates the story of America's first attempt to build a spy satellite
through a program known as WS-117L, which was launched in 1954 by the Eisenhower administration before CORONA, the first functioning spy satellite
The book effectively argues that development of a spy satellite
program was just as much a response to potential Soviet aggression as it was to an overzealous American military straining the domestic economy with funding requests.
Tokyo: Japan on Sunday successfully launched a back-up spy satellite
, its aerospace agency said, after cancelling an earlier lift-off due to bad weather.
Israel launched a spy satellite
Ofek 10 into space on Wednesday evening, Arutz Sheva reported.