This could be the year that reshapes the U.S. space launch industry as the U.S. Air Force, for the first time in two decades, invests in next-generation rocket prototypes that could replace United Launch Alliance’s Atlas V and Delta IV-series launch vehicles. In the name of developing an all-American launch vehicle for national security space, the service will co-invest in up to three developmental rockets through the Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV) Launch ...

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