FORT WASHINGTON, Maryland — U.S. Air Force Space Command chief Gen. John Hyten is pushing to accelerate work on a follow-on to the Ball/Boeing Space-Based Space Surveillance (SBSS) satellite designed to collect intelligence on spacecraft operating in the geosynchronous belt. "We are concerned about the SBSS gap that could happen because the current SBSS satellite end of life is here in a couple of years," Hyten told reporters this week during the 2014 Air and Space Conference ...

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