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DOD Space Systems: Additional Knowledge Would Better Support Decisision about Disaggregating Large Satellites
Cristina T. Chaplain (au)
Each year, the Department of Defense (DOD) spends billions of dollars to develop, produce, and launch space systems. These systems provide the government with communication methods, critical intelligence information, weather data, and other capabilities vital to military and civilian agencies and commercial operations. Fiscal constraints and growing threats to space systems have led DOD to consider alternatives for acquiring space-based capabilities, including disaggregating large satellites into multiple, smaller satellites or payloads. This report assessed the potential benefits and drawbacks of disaggregation and examine if it offers decreased costs and increased survivability for selected DOD satellite systems. It (1) describes potential benefits and limitations of disaggregation; and (2) assesses the extent to which DOD is ready to make informed decisions regarding disaggregating these systems. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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