vara bungas: Vēl viena iespēja cilvēcei vienā mirklī palikt bez sakaru, izlūkošanas uc satelītiem. Kimam tikai
jāizšauj gaisā jāuzrauj ņuku zemajā kosmosa orbītā. Ar Kimu jādraudzējas, es teiktu.
[..] Starfish Prime and similar Soviet tests might be dismissed as Cold War misadventures, never to be repeated. After all, what nuclear power would want to pollute space with particles that could take out its own satellites, critical for communication, navigation, and surveillance? But military planners fear North Korea might be an exception: It has nuclear weapons but not a single functioning satellite among the thousands now in orbit. They quietly refer to a surprise orbital blast as a potential “Pearl Harbor of space.”[..]