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    Russlands militære romprogram - Aerospace Forces -

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    Starter tråd om Russland og dets militære aktiviteter i rommet. Nylig strukturelle endringer og et klarere fokus/mål med det hele.

    Grei link for de som er interesserte i rommet, hvor jo neste verdenskrig faktisk vil starte (long story):

    "Foreword by SouthFront: Russia has merged several branches of its military into the Aerospace Forces (VKO). The new branch will include the nation’s air force, air defense, anti-missile and space forces. But what is the VKO? Which tasks do they solve and how? SouthFront offers the exclusive translation of article answering the questions. The article was initially published in 2008, two years after confirming the Air/Space Defense Concept in 2006. Probably, it is the most detailed description of the reasons of creation, aims and approaches of the Russian VKO in open access:"

    What You Need to Know about the Russia’s Air/Space Defense System Concept | The Vineyard of the Saker

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russ...Defence_Forces

    After 1.08.2015, Aerospace Defence Forces include: Air Force, Air Defence + ABM, and the Space Forces.[9]

    Russia Merges AF With Missile Defense, Space Commands

    http://www.themoscowtimes.com/mobile...nd/526672.html

    The Battle Above - CBS News

    "Gen. John Hyten: Think of what life used to be like and all the things that we have today in warfare that wouldn't exist without space. Remotely piloted aircraft, all-weather precision guided munitions didn't exist before space. Now we can attack any target on the planet, anytime, anywhere, in any weather."
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    Sv: Russland: Aerospace Forces

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    Moscow Could Be Prepping for Space War With Aggressive New Satellites

    Av David Axe

    The Kremlin says its nimble new satellites are just for communications. But they look—and act—an awful lot like prototype weapons.
    On Christmas Day in 2013, a rocket blasted off from the Russian Federal Space Agency’s Plesetsk Cosmodrome, about 500 miles north of Moscow. The 95-foot-tall, 118-ton Rokot booster—an unarmed version of a Cold War nuclear-tipped missile—lanced into low orbit, shedding spent stages as it climbed.

    Seventy-five miles above the Earth’s surface, the Rokot’s nose cracked open and its payload spilled out. The rocket carried Rodnik communications satellites, according to Russian officials.

    It’s customary for Rodnik sats to deploy in threes, but in a notification to the United Nations, Moscow listed four spacecraft inside the Christmas Rokot.

    The discrepancy was strange...and got stranger.

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    Sv: Russlands militære romprogram - Aerospace Forces -

    Stor ressursside om de russiske romprogrammene og historien.

    russianspaceweb.com:
    Spooky world of military satellites

    A vast majority of satellites that the Soviet Union had launched from 1961 to 1991 carried out military missions. Publicly, however, the USSR denied the very existence of the military space program. Not surprisingly, numerous military space projects were not publically known until the last decade of the 20th century.

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    Kosmos-2499: Is it a spy or an assassin... or both?

    After a complex orbital dance, Russia's mysterious maneuverable orbiter, possibly designated 14F153, came ever closer to its apparent target in space and to a possible climax of its secret mission. Space observers around the world held their breath in anticipation!


    Previous chapter: Naryad anti-satellite system

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    Why Is a Russian Military Satellite Creeping on Foreign Comm Satellites?


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    The Russian military satellite Kosmos 2501, also known as Luch or Olymp, has been acting very strangely of late. Launched on September 28, 2014, Luch spent its first months in geostationary orbit flitting between Russian spacecraft, which was mildly puzzling to satellite trackers, but not an immediate cause for alarm.

    But in early April, Luch went on the move again, and this time it nestled provocatively between the orbital paths of two satellites operated by Intelsat, a communications provider based jointly in Luxembourg and Washington DC. Then, on September 25, it relocated once more, positioning itself just 0.1 degrees west of another one of the company’s satellites, Intelsat 905.

    There are a few sketchy things going on here. First and foremost, unannounced flight changes can be dangerous, as they disrupt the working model of restricting satellites to specific orbital pathways. Switching to an orbit only a few kilometers away from another satellite, without notifying that satellite’s operators of your intent, is bound to be met with suspicion.

    “This is not normal behavior and we’re concerned,” Kay Sears, president of Intelsat General, said of Luch’s recent maneuvers in an Oct. 8 interview with SpaceNews. “We absolutely need responsible operators. Space is a domain that has to be protected.”

    “If we all did that, we would have a lot of accidents,” she added.

    Moreover, because Intelsat oversees such a massive communications hub, one that serves governments and militaries, Intelsat is especially concerned that Luch’s operators have begun to creep on their satellites with no warning or explanation whatsoever.

    To that point, Luch’s movements imply that Russia may be experimenting with rendezvous and proximity operations (RPO), or at the very least demonstrating its capabilities in this legally dicey arena. That’s worrisome because RPO activities could, theoretically, lead to satellites that are able to approach other spacecraft to damage, hack, or destroy them.

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    Lotos-S spacecraft for the Liana system
    As one of the key space-based assets of the Russian military at the beginning of the 21st century, the Lotos-S spacecraft was designed for space-based electronic intelligence, ELINT, also known in Russian as KREN. Radio signals intercepted by the satellite would help to locate, characterize and target various military vehicles and installations. Lotos-S satellites would not be directly identified as such during launches and would enter orbit under anonymous Kosmos names, a number of official Russian publications and mass media statements revealed general information about the project.

    http://www.russianspaceweb.com/liana.html


    Russian Defense Ministry is creating new space system Liana

    MOSCOW, January 10. /TASS/. The Russian Defense Ministry is creating a space system codenamed Liana, consisting of Lotos-S and Pion-NKS satellites, Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu said at a meeting of the Defense Ministry’s senior officials on Tuesday.
    He pointed out that creation and operation of an orbital cluster of military satellites was a task of major importance.
    "Its success depends directly on how well the industrial enterprises concerned - both designers and manufactures of space technologies - will do their job," Shoigu said.


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