Articles Tagged: Randall Correll

Responsive Space: Transforming U.S. Space Capabilities

In the April 2004 issue of Defense Horizons, Dr. Correll and his co-author propose a new strategic posture based on a war-prevention focus. American space capabilities now depend on a fixed infrastructure of large, expensive satellites. The authors argue for a complementary capability to launch small, inexpensive payloads in time of crisis to augment and reconstitute […]

National Security Implications of the Asteroid Threat

Speaking at the George Marshall Institute’s Washington Roundtable on Science and Public Policy on February 4, 2003, Dr. Randall Correll called for greater awareness of the risks associated with small asteroid detonation in Earth’s atmosphere and urged a high-level dialogue to discuss the potential to relax limits presently placed on the release of data from classified defense satellites.

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