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Yes, Space Based Laser Platforms Are Real

August 23, 2015
Yes, Space Based Laser Platforms Are Real

Way back in April of 2013 we took a look at the emerging technology of laser weapons in space, primarily to take out “enemy” satellites, and possibly to strike targets on the surface of the planet. Following up, in April 2014 we ran an article about the U.S Navy’s new laser weapon, which appears to […]

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Navy Shows Off New Laser Weapon

April 28, 2014
Navy Shows Off New Laser Weapon

Back in April 2013 we took a look at the possibility that the U.S. may control space-based laser weapons (link here). Now we see that the U.S. Navy has just released information about a new Ship-based laser weapon – Called “laWS” (laser weapon system). Here’s the description on the Department of Navy website (link). (excerpt) […]

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Are “Space-Based Laser Platforms” a Reality?

April 7, 2013
Are “Space-Based Laser Platforms”  a Reality?

Every time some underdeveloped nation (like North Korea this week) rattles the nuclear saber, I have to wonder about the long-rumored existence of “Space-based laser platforms”. Dating back to German scientists (Britans were worried about a “death ray”) who were brought into the U.S. after WW2, through the Regan-era “Star Wars” missile-defense system, laser technology […]

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