According to the publication, the launch scheduled for August 29 was postponed to September 10 due to weather problems.
It is noted that the satellites will track “potentially dangerous objects and activities” at an altitude of about 35 thousand kilometers.
The mission was called Silent Barker. The exact number of satellites is not specified.
Previously, the Pentagon admitted that the Pentagon’s satellite system is in a vulnerable state because much of its intelligence and communications capabilities are located on multiple devices.