HOUSTON—NASA is making significant progress in overcoming the cost and technical challenges involved in the development of the Space Launch System (SLS), agency Administrator Jim Bridenstine says. Bridenstine discussed the project, a cornerstone of the agency’s future human deep space exploration plans, during an Aug. 15 visit to the New Orleans-based Michoud Assembly Facility (MAF), the production site of the large rocket.  By year’s end, the 212-ft., ...

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