Blink and the space lasers will miss


By Ian Sample SPY satellites could soon be equipped with artificial “eyelids” to prevent them being blinded by enemy lasers. Military satellites have extremely sensitive cameras to spy on the movements of troops and vehicles on the ground. But a bright flash of powerful laser light could damage the cameras’ optical sensors, so the military is keen to find ways of protecting them. “Basically, you don’t want to put a billion dollar satellite into orbit if someone can put it out of action with a laser the next day,
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