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  • GSSAP 5, 6 accepted for operations

    Space Operations Command has accepted Geosynchronous Space Situational Awareness Program (GSSAP) satellites 5 and 6 as operationally capable and has presented them to United States Space Command for operational use.

  • Rocket debris finds new home at AFSEC crash lab

    The second stage of a Minuteman II rocket was placed at the Air Force Safety Center crash lab here on Nov. 28.The remnant augments the Space Mishap Investigation Course curriculum by providing students with a hands-on lab that compliments classroom learning.“Space Safety is taking major steps

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