Deep black : space espionage and national security / William E. Burrows.

Deep black : space espionage and national security / William E. Burrows.

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Burrows, William E., 1937-
New York : Random House, c1986.
xxi, 401 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. ; 25 cm.
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Range 16, Bay 3, Shelf 6, Mark Pendergrast research collection
Includes index.
This item is part of the Mark Pendergrast research collection.
Bibliography: p. [381]-390.
Mark Pendergrast research collection
Space telescope (p. 301, 307).
The need to know --
Denied territory --
Assets, black and skunky --
Threats, real and imagined --
The Cuban missile crisis: pictures at an exhibition --
Arms control and the acceptance of "spies" in the sky --
The air breathers: blackbirds and cobras --
Foreign bases: a net spread wide --
Through the keyhole --
Real time: the advent of instant intelligence --
In the arena: cosmos, spoofing, and killer satellites --
Reconnaissance as politics: Nicaragua and the missing MiGs --
Into the future: HALO, SPOT, radar farms, and other exotic assets --
Arms control verification and the national security.