The heavy-lift Space Launch System that Congress ordered NASA to build is ahead of schedule in some areas despite an austere funding profile, with hardware for the first NASA exploration flight test being machined and a critical design milestone coming up later this year. Todd May, the NASA SLS program manager at Marshall Space Flight Center, told the Space Transportation Association Sept. 21 that while preliminary design review for the vehicle is scheduled for next summer, “we’re ...
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