Board Fails To Find Root Cause For Glory Loss

Credit: Matt Rogers/Colorado State University
An expert panel convened by NASA has failed to find the root cause of the fairing-separation problem that destroyed the Glory atmospheric-research mission in 2011, raising questions about the Orbital Sciences Corp. Antares rocket scheduled to begin flying cargo to the International Space Station...

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