Reuters – IBM announced that it has sold the U.S. Air Force a supercomputer to help it identify unidentified flying objects.

The Air Force?s Space Surveillance Team, based in Maui, Hawaii, will use the supercomputer to hunt for old satellites, foreign spacecraft and space debris, although USAF Space Command claims to have these objects under constant tracking surveillance.

However, the new computer will greatly increase the Air Force’s ability to track objects. It will be capable of tracking and identifying ultra high speed objects, for example, as well as unknown objects incoming from space, which present systems are not designed to do.

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