The Pentagon has unequivocally denied the reports that the US kept an eye on India’s enemy of satellite (ASAT) rocket test by sending an observation flying machine from its base in Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean to screen the improvement.

International News headline: It, be that as it may, said the United States knew about India’s first test-flame of an enemy of satellite rocket. “No US resources were keeping an eye on India. Indeed, the US keeps on growing its suffering association with India, bringing about upgraded interoperability and more grounded financial ties,” US Defense Department representative Lt Col David W Eastburn told PTI. 
Flying machine Spots, which screens military air developments, had said that a US Air Force’s surveillance airship from its base in Diego Garcia went “for a mission in the Bay of Bengal to screen India’s enemy of satellite rocket test”. 
This was deciphered by numerous that the US kept an eye on Indian ASAT test. “I don’t imagine that it infers coordination among India and the US,” stargazer Jonathan McDowell from the lofty Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics told PTI on the Aircraft Spots report. “This infers the US knowledge network knew about the test ahead of time on the grounds that to some degree they’re keeping an eye on India,” he affirmed. “Everyone keeps an eye on their companions just as their adversaries. That is the way the world works nowadays. It would astonish if the US were not identifying or watching the dispatch site and mindful of exercises getting ready for the test. So one expects that they realized it was coming,” he guaranteed. 
McDowell, who is a staff part at the Chandra X-beam Center and creator and editorial manager of Jonathan’s Space Report, an email-disseminated bulletin recording satellite dispatches, said he has not investigated the issue of the flying machine, however it is unquestionably not astounding that the US would fly a sensor flying machine to attempt and watch the test. 
The Pentagon, be that as it may, unequivocally denied the spying charge. “It’s a relationship so solid that no point is beyond reach,” Lt. Col. Eastburn said. “The two countries appreciate shared standards with respect to our regard of power, free and reasonable exchange, adherence to global standards, and serene goals of the question,” he said. Aviation-based armed forces Space Command Commander Lt Gen David D Thompson told administrators on Thursday that the US knew that India’s ASAT test was coming. 
“As a matter of first importance, we realized it was coming to a result of flight bans that India had declared and data they distributed beforehand. The dispatch happened at 1.39 AM EST,” he told individuals from the amazing Senate Armed Services Subcommittee on Strategic Forces amid a Congressional hearing. 
“As a matter of first importance, it was identified, portrayed and detailed via Air Force Missile Warning frameworks and Airmen at Buckley AFB. Following the test [it struck the objective vehicle], the Joint Space Ops Center and USAF 18 Space control Squadron started gathering data about the separation of the vehicle,” Lt. Gen. Thompson said. 
Head administrator Narendra Modi had on Wednesday reported that India effectively test-terminated an enemy of satellite rocket by shooting down a live satellite, portraying it as an uncommon accomplishment that puts the nation in a restrictive club of room superpowers. The test made India the fourth nation on the planet after the US, Russia, and China to procure the vital capacity to shoot down adversary satellites.