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Russia reactivates highly maneuverable ‘killer’ satellites – could use them to cripple US internet

News that three Russian kamikaze satellites have reawakened is spreading ripples of concern among scientists and defense officials — particularly given that if these satellites are mobilized, they could cripple U.S. access to the Internet. The Daily Beast reports that the trio of...
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