HOUSTON — NASA faces a lengthy, cash-strapped catch-up period in acquiring the range of technologies needed to achieve the agency’s strategic objectives, according to a National Research Council report released Feb. 1. “Success in executing future NASA space missions will depend on advanced technology developments that should already be under way,” says aerospace consultant Raymond Calladay, the former Lockheed Martin Corp. executive who chaired the 18-member panel that produced the ...


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