The U.S. Air Force is poised to begin looking for the next generation of missile warning satellites, spurred by “an unusual and compelling urgent need.” The Air Force’s Space and Missile Systems Center/Remote Sensing Directorate is looking for companies that can launch a boost-phase missile warning satellite that is equal to or better than today’s Space-Based Infrared Systems (Sbirs) by 2025. Specifically, the service is seeking five geosynchronous and two polar ...

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