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Crashed UAE Military Spy Satellite Raises Possibility Of Enemy Cyberattack


Crashed UAE Military Spy Satellite Raises Possibility Of Enemy Cyberattack An investigation has been launched by the European Space Agency (ESA) and French aerospace group Arianespace into the failed launch of a rocket carrying a military spy satellite into space for the United Arab Emirates. Two minutes after take-off, a "major anomaly" sent the expensive, high-tech payload into the Atlantic—the first failure for Arianespace's Vega rockets after 14 successful missions. The two French-built Falcon Eye satellites, of which this was the first, were designed "to provide a wholly new capability to [the UAE's] military," according to defense analysts, "representing the most advanced optics France had ever sold to another country."    More



(Source: Forbes - Jul 13)

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