Can Space Remain a Peaceful Environment

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Can Space Remain a Peaceful Environment

By Herbert Scoville, Jr. and Kosta Tsipis
Stanley Foundation, 1978
24 pp.

Observation satellites are essential to verifying arms control agreements such as SALT. In the past two years the Soviet Union has shown new interest in developing an anti-satellite interceptor capability in space and the U.S. has initiated discussions with Moscow on limiting such anti-satellite systems. This short pamphlet is an excellent introduction to an arcane but vital subject.

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