NASA's vision of the future calls for private industry taking the reins in developing new launch technologies. But questions are mounting within the agency about whether U.S. companies are up to the task. The first test of NASA's new government/industry formula faltered earlier this month when Orbital Sciences Corp. and Rockwell International withdrew from development of the X-34 launch vehicle after determining it wouldn't be commercially viable. Now, Administrator Daniel S. ...

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