Beijing needs the ability to ‘destroy’ Starlink, say Chinese researchers

A researcher from the Beijing Institute of Tracking and Telecommunications advocated for Chinese military capability to take out Starlink satellites on the grounds of national security in a peer-reviewed domestic journal. According to the South China Morning Post, lead author Ren Yuanzhen and colleagues advocated in Modern Defence Technology not only for China to develop anti-satellite capabilities, but also to have a surveillance system that could monitor and track all satellites in Starlink’s constellation.

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