Extra Money Means More Early Work For Orion Crew Module

Credit: NASA
A $174 million congressional funding hike for NASA’s Orion deep-space crew capsule development will help prime contractor Lockheed Martin gain early flight-test data on some components originally scheduled to fly on the vehicle’s second exploration mission (EM-2), including the hatch that...

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