On June 17, according to open data, the United States launched the Red-Eye-2 small spacecraft for experiments in the interests of managing promising research projects of the country’s Defense Ministry DARPA.
The Red-Eye microsatellite was launched into near-Earth orbit using the NanoRacks Kaber Microsat deployer, outside the Japanese Kibo laboratory module.
The 110-pound Red-Eye has tested satellite communications, on-board computers and thermal management technology.
DARPA (US Department of Defense Advanced Research Projects Office) writes the following on this subject:
Optical communication terminals using lasers to transmit data through space will be tested in upcoming experiments by the Space Development Agency and the Defense Advanced Research Agency.
These terminals are important components of future low-orbit platforms that will require optical cross-linking between satellites, so data collected in space can be immediately sent to military command centers on earth.
Laser communication systems have much higher data rates than radio-based systems, but DoD has problems such as the effect of cosmic radiation on optical terminals and the ability of electronics to withstand the load of a space launch …
This is according to official data, but in a live broadcast from one of the ISS cameras (from the second, since the first was turned off due to the many UFOs falling into the frame), we see something completely different.
The US military satellite launched into orbit from the ISS is approaching the second satellite (and judging by the size it is far from being “microsatellites”) and begins the exchange of laser beams.
This, somehow, is not very similar to the declared tests by one launched satellite “testing of satellite communications, on-board computers and thermal control technology.”
Not to mention the fact that all this “test” is accompanied by many UFOs that fly right next to this pair of US military satellites and monitor them.
Now the ISS crew consists of Russian cosmonauts Anatoly Ivanishin and Ivan Wagner, as well as American astronauts Christopher Cassidy, Douglas Hurley and Robert Benken.
Judging by the negotiations with the control center that were going on at the time of the “tests”, the Russian cosmonauts had no idea what was happening and went about their own business.
There is very little open information about the purpose of these military satellites. We were only able to find a mention that “DARPA plans to launch a pair of small satellites that will carry optical inter-satellite communications systems made by SA Photonics. At the end of the Blackjack program in 2022, DARPA’s goal is to demonstrate that the optical laser network can provide global secure communications for the US military.”
First of all, what is surprising is what the United States uses the International Space Station to launch military satellites.
Secondly, it is surprising that both the astronauts and the control center cannot be unaware of the presence of UFOs in the Earth’s orbit, since they see them not only visually, but also on cameras, but they don’t consider any explanation of this UFO and even confirmation of their actual existence to the public.