John Pike

Director, GlobalSecurity.org

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Defense and intelligence expert and director of GlobalSecurity.org, a defense-research group

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Two weeks ago, we heard that a broken American spy satellite had  fallen out of orbit  and was scheduled to strike the Earth early next month. Little danger to humans was predicted.

US Decides to Shoot Down a Deaf Spy Satellite

Two weeks ago, we heard that a broken American spy satellite had fallen out of orbit and was scheduled to strike the Earth early next month. Little danger to humans was predicted.

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