NASA On Thin Ice With Human Exploration Plans, GAO Says

Credit: SLS booster test: NASA
U.S. plans to test-fly its next-generation human spaceflight vehicles on an unmanned mission around the Moon before the end of 2018 rely on incomplete and flawed analysis that could lead to delays and more cost overruns, evaluators at the Government Accountability Office (GAO) say in a pair of...

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