USAF Space Command Chief Eyes Three Small Sats For Future SBSS

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...

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