Space companies finding the RFP comes too late
Northrop Grumman is prime contractor on the James Webb Space Telescope, but its most notable play in the human-spaceflight arena was the Lunar Excursion Module that landed six crews on the surface of the Moon. Now, as NASA awaits the outcome of the upcoming U.S. elections to begin laying serious plans for human exploration beyond low Earth orbit, the company is encouraging a step past the International Space Station (ISS) into the space around the Moon, including the second Earth-Moon ...
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