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DARPA Wants To Assemble, Demo Nuclear Rocket in Orbit

Credit: NASA
DARPA plans to demonstrate a nuclear thermal propulsion (NTP) system that can be assembled on orbit to expand U.S. operating presence in cislunar space.

 

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