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The Newton Project

Jon Kita

When the Chinese Air Force attempts to shoot down a heavily modified American B-52 surveillance aircraft over the South China Sea, the US military, and specifically the newly created Space Ops, begin developing the next space-based defense technology to thwart the threat of further attack.

Particle accelerator technology becomes space-based, successfully disrupting the trajectories of intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) tested from hardened silos in Alaska toward two major US cities, simulating a nuclear first strike from a foreign power.
The Newton Project harnesses elusive creation particles, the dark matter energy powering our expanding universe.

However, before the next test happens, the project unwittingly targets a commercial airliner with unimaginable results. Can Space Ops save the plane?

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Jonathan H. Kita (Jon) was born in Southington, Connecticut, in 1957. He grew up in New England before moving to North Carolina, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree from North Carolina State University. Jon currently resides in Chesapeake, Virginia.