NASA Chief Punts On New SLS Launch Date

ATLANTA—The decision to retain a full-duration static test firing of the Space Launch System (SLS) core booster all but officially bumps the rocket’s debut flight into 2021, though NASA chief Jim Bridenstine said he will wait until new management is in place to set a date. The agency mulled skipping...

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