A pair of advanced-technology development projects at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center illustrates how the agency is making the transition from work that had focused on the Bush administration's back-to-the-Moon exploration approach to a more open-ended drive to advance technology readiness levels. Efforts behind the technology work that was once directed at the Constellation program's goal of planting a human outpost on the Moon have been shifted to support NASA's latest plans to push ...

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