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    Title: 以中共制天權(太空權)發展探討反衛星戰力
    Other Titles: Chinese space power development and anti-satellite capabilities
    Authors: 陳俊翰;Chen, Jyun-Han
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際事務與戰略研究所碩士在職專班
    Keywords: 太空權;衛星;反衛星;飛彈;Space Power;satellite;ASAT;Missile
    Date: 2016
    Issue Date: 2017-08-24 23:56:24 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本論文主要在研究探討以中共制天權(太空權)發展探討反衛星戰力,探討中共制天權(太空權)能力形成背景及其理論意涵、「反衛星」的認知及其奪天權之思維、未來中共「反衛星」戰略的影響,因此從1956年起開始發展航太工業,經歷組建、發展、運用等過程,籌建「天軍」發展太空戰以爭奪太空權。
    This thesis investigates the developing of "anti-satellite" (ASAT) system in China, discusses the origins and theoretical basis of space power, conceptual understanding of ASAT and its relations with space power, and China’s ASAT strategy. This thesis also discusses China’s development of aero and space industries, their organization and use of aerospace assets in pursuing space power.
    This study found that the successful test-firing of an anti-satellite missile to destroy China’s own low earth orbit satellite, had posted threats against the US reconnaissance satellites, oceanic satellites, meteorological satellites, navigation satellites, low-orbit communications satellites. Due to significant reliance on satellite in communication, intelligence, navigation, and missile guidance by the U.S. military operations, China could use its ASAT capability to deter the U.S. from initiative of war, and take caution in military actions
    In the future, China is expected to combine its land-based cyber operations sites, naval and air assets to formulate comprehensive command, control, communication, surveillance, reconnaissance, and strategic early warning networks, in order to execute integrated informationized operations control, assisting China in conducting rapid reaction operations capability. To deal with ever changing situation, Taiwan should nurture more talents in aerospace industry, expedite the establishment of our own command, control, communication, and intelligence capabilities to better prepare a possible Chinese invasion.
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