HOUSTON — NASA’s Orion project will pursue an aggressive strategy to reduce the mass of the four-person capsule that serves as a centerpiece of U.S. efforts to develop a new human deep space exploration capability, according to participants in the first phase of a long-running integrated systems definition review of the multi-element initiative that kicked off this week. The agency and its Lockheed Martin-led Orion team have also developed a repair strategy for small cracks that ...

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