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MOSCOW, December 1. /TASS/. The Russian space tracking system will in the next few years get more than 10 new-generation stations, Russian Aerospace Defense Forces (ADF) Commander Alexander Golovko said Monday.
“In 2014, the ADF started deploying a network of specialized ground-based laser-optical and radiotechnical space object identification systems, which make it possible to substantially expand the information capacities of the Russian space tracking system, expand the range of controlled orbits and half or cut threefold the minimal size of space objects that can be detected,” Golovko said.