Senate Urged To Lift Europa Mission SLS Requirement

Credit: Artist's concept of Europa Clipper: NASA
HOUSTON—NASA’s inspector general is calling for swift action by Senate appropriators to lift a costly requirement that the space agency use the Space Launch System (SLS) rather than a commercial rocket alternative to dispatch the Europa Clipper on a $4.25 billion, high-priority planetary science...

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