Pick o' the podcasts:
From the video store:
Which then docks:
1st commercial mission to Mars?
... and the science of re-useable rockets gets minature...
Dr Freeman's note: For those who've not spent too much time researching this stuff; satellites that can navigate between orbits and intercept other satellites to inspect them are widely acknowledged as a 'dual use' technology - as in "you could use it to inspect satellites, or you could use it to go to town on them with close range electronic, or even physical, attacks". Specifically weaponised hardware isn't needed - the kind of microwave transmitter used by many satellites to talk to Earth could easily cripple another satellite if switched on at close enough range.
I'm in little doubt any nation that launches one of these buggers is well aware of what they could do. I doubt Russia are the only one's who launch them. Go figure