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Japan Tackles Spy Satellites

By | August 25, 2004

      The Japanese government reportedly is planning on spending about $635 million on two spy satellite missions, Satellite Today has learned. The first mission, set for sometime next year, would launch a satellite designed to take high-resolution photos of the ground. The second mission, scheduled for 2006, would analyze topography with radar.

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