Lauskas un nemiers

vara bungas:  Šodien topā  nemieri un kosmoss, tādēl VB trendīgi vērš uzmanību, ka  arvien vairāk gribētēju pašapliecināties tuvajā kosmosā  var novest pie tā, ka cilvēce to zaudēs uz kādu laiku.  Pa pirkstiem būtu jāsit vispirms indusiem, bet kopumā katra naftas bagāta valsts  “ar stāju” un nespēju vienoties vai vēlmi šantažēt  ir spējīga  izjaukt trauslo  kārtību zemajās orbītās. Ne tikai radot pretsatelītu ieročus (pavadonis ir viegls mērķis) , bet vienkārši piesārņojot orbītas ar savas “zinātniski-eksperimentālās darbības”atlūzām.  Ciema Policista  vairs nav ne uz zemes, ne kosmosā, viņš pašzolējies cīņai ar iekšējo nemieru uc mentālajām problēmām un pamazām zaudē  ciemtnieku uzticību.

Tā kā karavīriem vēl pāragri  atmest kompasus un papīra kartes, bet vienlaikus nepāriet pie daudzlīmeņu integrētās kaujas vadības  arhitektūras arī   nedrīkst,   tāds lūk špagats kaavīiem un izdevumi nodokļmaksātājiem.

Zemāk saturīga  diskusija par kosmosa tēmu

Lewis: “The direct answer to the question ‘What is the most likely vector for conflict to find its way in space?’ Yeah, it’s shooting down people’s satellites. But you know there’s a second piece of it, which is if you imagine that our goal is to use space and have access to it, there are all kinds of threats to our access that aren’t conflict or war. So for me, the risks run from people trying to shoot down a satellite to people putting satellites into space in careless ways so that you generate a lot of debris. And it kind of doesn’t matter to me why our satellite dies — whether it’s shot down or hit by an accidental piece of debris — like all of that to me is part of the picture of space security.

And all of the things that are in space play kind of supporting roles. So communications, navigation, imaging. And we are kind of on the edge of this new world where there are small satellites that can conduct maneuvers in orbit, which at the moment is mostly for inspection and spying, but could be used to grab things and pull them down. And then the possibility that some of the stuff on the ground like lasers for dazzling or systems for jamming are being followed on by very destructive capabilities and that would include direct-ascent anti-satellite weapons of the kind that the U.S. and Russia and China and now India have all tested.[..]”

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https://www.defenseone.com/threats/2020/03/ep-63-war-space/163611/?oref=DefenseOneTCO

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