Military space work won't halt in shutdown

10/3/2013 | Space News International · WLS-TV (Chicago)

The launch of missile warning satellites or satellites that deliver military communications won't be impeded by the government shutdown, as those military space activities have been deemed essential to U.S. security. "Satellite operations are essential to our national security and critical tasks will continue during the government shutdown," wrote Capt. Adam Gregory, a spokesman for the secretary of the Air Force.

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