CAPE CANAVERAL—Boeing is proposing a human lunar lander that can be launched as a single payload into lunar orbit, rather than making an assembly stop at the proposed Gateway, the company said Nov. 5. The company’s response to NASA’s Broad Agency Announcement for an integrated Human Lander System (HLS) builds on related work developing the heavy-lift Space Launch System (SLS) rocket and the CST-100 Starliner low-Earth orbit passenger spacecraft for NASA, as well as other ...

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