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Is It Possible to Hack Into a Spacesuit?

NASA declined to answer, but security experts weigh in

Photo: NASA/JPL

AAlong with nuclear missile silos and the U.S. stock market, few other targets provide such a tantalizing challenge for U.S. foes as hacking our space endeavors.

In fact, in June of this year, NASA published an audit document from the U.S. Office of the Inspector General…

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Wes O'Donnell

Wes O'Donnell

Multi-Branch Veteran | Military & Global Security writer for War is Boring, GENmag, OneZero, Edge | Law Student at WMU | TEDx Speaker | Dad to 3 | Hates nukes

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