The presumed payload for NROL-38, launched in June 2012, is a type of satellite that functions with two others, creating a constellation. If that is true, the three-headed dragons might represent that satellite trio, and the positions of their heads around the Earth could hint at their real-world locations.

Culture: NRO Spy Satellite Launch Patches Are Pretty Geeky

Thanks to an article over on Smithsonian.com website we get to check out how awesomely g33ky thee patches made for the NRO National Reconnaissance Office satellite, or as we all know of them as spy satellites company, launches are.

To learn more about them, and the NRO, be sure to ready their full article here.

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