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Pave PAWS Radar

PAVE PAWS is an Air Force Space Command radar system operated by three 21st Space Wing squadrons for missile warning and space surveillance. PAVE PAWS radars are located at Cape Cod Air Force Station, Mass., Beale Air Force Base, Calif., and Clear AFS, Alaska. Read full Pave PAWS factsheet Click here for more information.

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AN/FPS-85

The AN/FPS-85 Phased Array Space Surveillance Radar provides space situational awareness for U.S. Strategic Command's space control mission area. It is one of 29 sensors that comprise the global Space Surveillance Network (SSN), and is the only phased array radar dedicated to space surveillance. Read the full AN/FPS-85 fact sheet Click here for more information.

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GEODSS

Ground-Based Electro-Optical Deep Space Surveillance System, or GEODSS, plays a vital role in tracking deep space objects.
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The Pave PAWS at the 6th Space Warning Squadron, Cape Cod, Mass., is an Air Force Radar system designed to guard North America against sea-launched and intercontinental ballistic missiles. Pave PAWS FAQs 3/05
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