NASA, ULA Test Inflatable Heat Shield

Credit: ULA/NASA
CAPE CANAVERAL—In a joint technology demonstration, United Launch Alliance (ULA) and NASA tested a 20-ft.-dia. inflatable heat shield that is intended to pave the way for a future rocket engine recovery system for ULA and a system for NASA to land heavy, human-class missions on Mars, among other...

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