Lockheed Martin begins probing Space Fence's radar tech at new test facility

An overhaul of the system that tracks space junk orbiting the Earth has taken another stride forward, with Lockheed Martin opening a new test site for its Space Fence system. The New Jersey facility will be used as a testbed for the radar array’s new technologies, which are expected to boost our awareness of orbital debris by a factor of 10 once they enter operation…
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