HOUSTON—NASA’s Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel (ASAP) is urging that neither policy makers nor NASA cut corners affecting crew safety and technical risk in the White House’s plans to accelerate a lunar return, while also offering new details on the April 20 SpaceX Crew Dragon abort thruster test firing ...

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