Australia's Space Command pushes for 'soft kill' capability to take out enemy satellites
The head of the ADF's Space Command says Australia is working on a plan to take out enemy satellites without creating dangerous debris.
Last year, top ranking members of the US Space Force described Australia as a "pot of gold at the end of the rainbow", saying the country's geography was "prime" for future space operations.
"Geography is really important. We need to be able to see to protect, and we can see a lot from here," Vice Admiral Roberts said.
"And that goes for non-kinetic effects from the ground too, because it's what you can see and where you can effect it".