LOS ANGELES — NASA’s heavy-lift Space Launch System rocket has been approved to continue through final development, but the target window for the first launch has been moved back to no later than November 2018, or almost a year later than originally planned. NASA’s decision to commit to SLS development follows an extensive Key Decision Point C (KDP-C) program review and marks the first time since the space shuttle that an exploration-class vehicle has achieved this ...
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