NASA’s Human Spaceflight Architecture Team members will be among those watching closely as the agency’s ambitious $2.5 billion Mars Science Laboratory mission unfolds, hopeful the long mission delivers a bounty of scientific and engineering findings that improve their understanding of the environmental challenges confronting the first human explorers of the Red Planet. Launch of the large rover from Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral AFS, atop a United Launch Alliance Atlas V, is set ...
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