Technical Blog on Missile Defense

, co-director and senior scientist | September 5, 2012, 6:00 am EDT
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For those who haven’t seen it, George Lewis has started a blog where he discusses  technical issues related (mostly) to missile defense, appropriately called mostlymissiledefense.com.

George is a physicist who for many years has done some of the best technical analysis of missile defense issues around. He was at MIT for two decades and is now at the Judith Reppy Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies at Cornell.

George is, among other things, an expert on radars and other sensors, and in recent years has analyzed the sensors of the US space surveillance network. He has done some of the most interesting work I’ve seen on that topic, and his blog also includes posts on that.

Check it out.

 

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