The Space Radar, out of the public eye since 2008, is apparently a healthy though highly classified program, and may even have some operational components. Bruce Carlson, National Reconnaissance Office director, told the Daily Report in an April 6, 2011, interview that "we think we have solved that problem. And I think we've convinced most people in the [intelligence] community that we've solved that problem." Here, Carlson, who's been NRO's boss since June 2009, speaks at an Air Force conference in Washington, D.C., Sept. 13, 2010.
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