Cat Hill, Ascension Island
|Part of NSA-GCHQ Composite Signals Organisation|
|Type||Satellite ground station|
|Owner||Government of the United Kingdom|
The Target Tracking Radar Station, known as the Golf Ball, was built on this site, designated for use as a base for the United States Armed Forces, between 1960 and 1961. The site subsequently became the location of the joint NSA-GCHQ Composite Signals Organisation facility on the island.
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- "Ascension Island and Britain's presence in the South Atlantic". UK Defence Journal. 27 July 2018.
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