A robotic space technology that allows the device to intercept satellite communications made by foreign satellites.
Ability to intercept foreign satellite communications.
Ability to interface with foreign satellite by obtaining and cloning credentials that a foreign government uses to interface with the satellite.
Ability to obtain information stored on the satellite that is not necessarily being communicated.
Ability to interfere with satellite communications.
Ability to alter the way the satellite communicates, such as changing the frequencies it uses to communicate, the direction it communicates in, and the types of communications it makes.
Ability to ransom operation of the satellite.
Ability to render the satellite useless.
Ability to change the way the satellite operates, by modifying the software that runs the satellite.
Ability to move the satellite out of its orbit.
Cause the satellite to self-destruct by falling out of orbit and being destroyed upon re-entry.
Ability to infect the satellite with a virus that would be downloaded by the ground station that is running the communications with the satellite.
Ability to have virus obtain additional information from the ground station, and communicate the information with satellite, or with another satellite, to gather intelligence from the ground station.
- Patrick R. McElhiney
- Space Robotics (S-ROB)