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Photo: Starfire laser test

Research into antisatellite laser weaponry is being conducted at the Starfire government observatory in New Mexico.
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1 of 2 Bill Detwiler/ZDNet

Green lasers

Three green lasers are fired from the Starfire Optical Range at Kirtland Air Force Base in New Mexico.

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2 of 2 Bill Detwiler/ZDNet

Sodium laser

A sodium laser at the Starfire range combines with deformable optics to help clear up atmospheric distortions between the ground and objects in space.

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