DARPA Sees Promise Of Resiliency In Small Launch Vehicles Written 9 August 2018

ExecutiveGov reports that a DARPA official recently suggested that small launch vehicles such as the Northrop Grumman Pegasus or Rocket Lab Electron “could contribute to the survivability of U.S. military assets in space, Space News reported Tuesday.” DARPA Tactical Technology Office Program Adviser Todd Master, speaking at last month’s Small Payload Rideshare Symposium, cited the growing availability of small rockets as a factor that could help the US military to bring about a “massive proliferation of satellites in low Earth orbit.” Master described this strategy as something his agency is “very interested in.”
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